Chase Academy swamp St Winefried’s 11-0

-Barrow nets hat trick

Chase Academy yesterday recorded the biggest win of the day when the Milo U20 Schools football tournament organized by the Petra Organisation continued at the Ministry of Education ground Carifesta Avenue.

Playing against St Winefried’s the Academy’s strikers ran amok delivering an 11-0 whipping of their hapless opponents.

Shamar Barrow netted a hat- trick and three other players Steven Sankar, Ryan Watson and Isaiah Reddy netted two goals each.

Barrow scored his goals in the 30th, 60th and 63rd minutes, Sankar in the seventh and 29th minutes, Watson in the 16th and 19th minutes and Reddy in the 20th and 25th minutes.

The remaining two goals came off the boots of Carl Semple, 28th minute and Kareem Sanmogan, 30th minute.

In the day’s second match, Dolphin Secondary and Christ Church Secondary played to a 1-1 draw.

Job Caesar equalized for Dolphin Secondary in the 22nd minute after Andre Trotz had given Christ Church the lead with his 21st minute strike.

Action in the Petra Organization’s Milo Cup competition yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue. (Orlando Charles photo)
Action in the Petra Organization’s Milo Cup competition yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue. (Orlando Charles photo)

In the third match of the day Lodge Secondary and Bishops’ High School played to a 2-2 draw with Jarel Grannum, eighth minute and Shamar Smith 62nd minute netting for Lodge while Bishops’ goal scorer was Nathanael King who scored in the 41st and 72nd minutes.

In the day’s final match, Queenstown Secondary whipped Campbelville 3-0.

Rudy Richmond netted a double in the 36th and 60th minutes while Williamson De Santos scored the final goal three minutes later.

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