Quarter  finalists in Schools’  Football  tourneys yet to be known
Dr JP Eustace Secondary (green tops) and St Martin Secondary (white top) in a Group B clash at the Richmond Hill Playing Field (photo by Robertson S. Henry)
November 22, 2022
Quarter finalists in Schools’ Football tourneys yet to be known

Rain interruptions have delayed the completion of several games in the group stage of the 2022 Inter Primary and Secondary Schools Football Tournament, which has resulted in the names of the quarter-finalists yet to be known.

However, the Bishop’s College Kingstown, has maintained their hold of the top spot in Group C of the Junior Division of the Inter- Secondary School’s football competition, with a 1-0 win over the Bequia Community High School at the Clive Tannis Playing Field in Bequia last Wednesday, November 16, courtesy a Jaymor Williams strike.

The outstanding matches will decide the top spots in the remaining groups.

Meanwhile, in primary school’s football played on Wednesday, November 16, the Paget Farm Government School remained unbeaten, with a sound 10-1 win over the Lowmans Leeward Anglican School.

Gideon Bess scored 5, with Kjay Ollivierre scoring 4 goals, and Glenyon Adams registering one.

Jomario Gibson netted the lone goal for Lowmans Leeward.

On Monday November 14, two games were played in the Inter- Primary Schools Football Tournament, and one in the Inter- Secondary Schools Competition.

At the Richmond Hill Playing Field, the Canouan Government School and the Lodge Village Government played to a 3-all draw. Emrol Snagg, Jelani Samuel, and Tyler Potter scored for Canouan, while Khalid Ragguette scored one and Roshard Morgan netted twice for Lodge Village.

Following that game, the Lowmans Leeward Anglican School defeated the Stephanie Browne Primary School 3-nil with goals coming from the boots of Justin Pierre, 2, and Jomario Gibson 1 goal.

In a Junior Division match up of the Inter-Secondary Schools division, the Bequia Seventh Day Adventist Academy, defeated St. Clair Dacon Secondary School 4-1.