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West Ruimveldt, Dolphin dominate latest round of ExxonMobil U14 Football

Nicholas Watts (right) scored a brace (39th and 42nd) for Cummings Lodge while his teammate, Duquan Thom netted once

There were big wins on Wednesday when the latest group stage of matches in the ExxonMobil U14 Boys and Girls Football tournament continued at the Ministry of Education Ground.

In the first game of the afternoon on pitch one, Dolphin Boys registered an 8-0 win against St Winifred Secondary thanks to a hat-trick from Jason Sandiford. Sandiford netted in the 14th, 39th, and 48th with a brace from Tyshawn James in the 1st and 6th.

Single strikes from Damani Hardy (10th), Malakai Gowan (24th), and Kellon Alleyne (36th) also assisted the score line.

Over on pitch two, East Ruimveldt were victims of a ‘stick-up’ by Lodge, the latter winning 4-0 thanks to a goal each from Emmanuel Tinch (6th), Samuel Tinch (18th), Melchezedec Holder (40th), and Cleon Larose (42nd).

Patentia were also winners by a huge 5-0 margin over New Central High, with Omarion Dawson’s brace (30th and 39th) leading the way. Devon Anderson (16th), Tristan Roberts (22nd), and Shawn Griffith (24th) were the other scorers.

Plaisance Bosco went down to Anns Grove 5-0 thanks to Selwyn Fraser in the 5th, 7th, and 38th, while there were single strikes from Isaiah Pellew (3rd) and Devon Chance (10th).

West Ruimvedlt were the other big winners against West Minister, winning 9-0 thanks to four goals from Donovan Welcome (2nd, 6th, 11th, and 12th) and Wayne Solomon (26th, 28th, 29th, and 31st), while Mark Johnson had one goal in the 37th.

Cummings Lodge’s 3-0 win over Tucville was due to Nicholas Watts’s 39th and 42nd-minute braces, along with one goal from Duquan Thom in the 18th.

Charlestown edged past Freeburg 2-1 thanks to goals from Nicholas Nieuelder (10th and 40th). Freeburg had Jerimiah Lawrence (48th) on target.

North Ruimveldt were 3-2 winners over New Campbellville Secondary thanks to goals from Joshua Augustine (6th, Dalon Wray (30th), and Jarel Smith (39th). Dwayne Wallace (34th and 40th) scored both of New Campbellville’s goals.


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