Belfongo League recognizes two youngsters
July 23, 2010
Belfongo League recognizes two youngsters

The Computec Belfongo Football League last Sunday afternoon at the Belair Playing Field, awarded its two top prizes to young budding footballers.{{more}}

The recipients were Adamo Johnson and Najima Burgin, who were given the Most Promising Players Awards, as the league held its presentation ceremony for its 2010 competition.

Both were rewarded with trophies as part of their recognition.

Johnson, 14, showed his worth as he scored one of his team’s goals in a losing effort for a Computec Select League Eleven that engaged champions Conquering Lions in the presentation match which ended 6-5 in the Lions’ favour.

Burgin, 12, also has Football in his genes, as he is the son of former St. Vincent and the Grenadines utility player Bevan Burgin.

Conquering Lions ended with 21 points in the tem team table, which earned them $700, a trophy and medals. Second was Gunners, who collected $500, a trophy and medals, with dethroned champions, Toni’s Stores Santos, third, earning $200 and a trophy. Santos’ Nicoli Williams, with 15 goals to his credit, was awarded the Most Goals trophy.

Trophies were given to the MVP of each of the teams. (RT)