A total of forty-two goals were scored in the second round of action in the COURTS Pee Wee football tournament yesterday at the Banks DIH, Thirst Park GroundIn the first pair of matches for the day, Tucville and F.E. Pollard played to a goalless stalemate while J.E. Burnham was beaten 4-0 by Parfait Harmony.Part of the second round action in the COURTS Pee Wee football tournament on Saturday at the Banks DIH Thirst Park facility. (Adrian Narine photos)A double each from Joshua Daniels (3rd ,9th) and Alex Ramotar (11th, 30th) ensured that the West Bank side were in the winner’s circle this week.Plaisance was in no playful mood as they overcame Goed Fortune 11-0 with Jamal Ali netting in the (3rd, 8th, 14th, 15th and 18th), Ronaldo Harry hitting a hat-trick in the (5th, 12th and 13th), a brace from Stephon Atkinson (28th and 30th) and Clifton Rickett’s single strike in the 16th.St Pius was also in no playful mood as they overcame Soesdyke 5-0 with four goals coming from Dwayne Baptiste 1st, 2nd, 13th and 15th) while Haden Wellington scored in the 3rd minute.St Margaret’s and Enterprise played to a goal-less draw while West Ruimveldt trashed Supply Primary 6-0 with a hat- trick from Ian Daniels (6th, 19th, 20th) and single strikes from Devon Chance (13th), Mickon Vandenburg (10th) and Richie Samroop (28th)Sophia needled St Angela’s through David Weeks’ 12th minute strike in match seven while North Georgetown had Derwin George (4th) and Kyristen Gonsalves (22nd) on target in their 2-0 win over Grove primary.Victoria Primary was also on the delivering end of a 1-0 win over South Ruimveldt, thanks to Kelon Croal in the 25th, while School of the Nations had the same margin of victory over Mocha, thanks to Timothy Braithwaite in the 12th.St Ambrose overcame Den Amstel by a 1-0 margin, thanks to Jacob Rodney in the 29th minute while Marian Academy stole the show with a 7-0 drubbing of Winfer Gardens.Doubles from Bradley Walton (12th, 27th), Michael Alphonso (29th, 30th) and Asher Adams (5th,9th) along with a single from Malik Baker (20th) ensured the scoreline was a blowout.Joshua Waterman and Shabaz Cameron were the stars in Smith Memorial’s 2-0 win over Calaaco while Stella Maris beat Timheri 3-0, thanks to three precise strikes from Fedel Norville (13th, 17th, 21st).In the final two matches of the afternoon, Mickhail Mason was the match decider for Mae’s in their 1-0 win over St Stephen’s Primary while Jermaine Crum-Ewing’s 25th strike was the decisive factor in St. Agnes’ win over Redeemer.Matches continue next weekend.
The team is in its debut season and is Ireland’s first Professional Continental cycling team.La Vuelta is a 21 stage event that runs from the French city of Nimes on 21st August to Madrid in Spain.