Christianburg/Wismar, Wisburg secondary win boys u-15, girls u-17 titles

Christianburg Wismar Secondary and Wisburg Secondary clinched the Boys U-15 and Girls U-17 title respectively, when the Guyana Sports Development Foundation (GSDF) Pepsi/Scotiabank Linden zone concluded on Saturday at the Wisburg Secondary School ground.

Requiring a win in their final league fixture to claim the championship, the Wisburg unit overcame Mackenzie High School (MHS) by a 1-0 score line compliments of a Kay Holder second half 38th minute strike.

As a result of the win, Wisburg Secondary finished on 11 points while New Silver City Secondary, Linden Foundation Secondary, MHS and Christianburg Wismar Secondary ended on 10, nine, seven and seven points respectively.

In the men’s match-up, Christianburg/Wismar Secondary sealed the title with 12 points following a Wisburg Secondary loss in their final league fixture by a 2-0 score line to MHS. Leon Grenville and Lorenzo Miller found the back of the net for the winners in the 39th and 57th minutes, respectively.

With the victory, the Mackenzie unit finished the tournament with 10 points while the New Silver City Secondary, Wisburg Secondary and Linden Foundation Secondary finished with nine, nine and four points correspondingly.

In the Berbice Zone, on Tuesday, Berbice High School (BHS) dismantled New Amsterdam Multilateral Secondary by a 4-0 margin at the Esplanade ground. Chante Leacock led the way for the winners with a first half helmet trick in the eight, 12th, 18th and 28th minutes respectively.

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