Tucville Secondary defeated Queen’s College as 12 goals were scored in yesterday’s lone fixture of the Scotia Bank/Pepsi Schools football tournament played at the Ministry of Education Sports Complex ground on Carifesta Avenue.
The highly entertaining game ended 8-4 in favour of Tucville with three players scoring hat tricks in the contest, two from Tucville and one from Queen’s College.
Colin Waterman opened the account for Tucville in the seventh minute and went on to score two more goals in the match in the 47th and 50th minute of play.
Ryan Blackman also netted a hat trick in the 37th, 44th and 57th minute while Werley Bishop and Sean Santos scored the other two goals for the victorious Tucville side in the 18th and 66th minutes respectively.
Aftab Crandon hit home three goals for Queen’s College in the 29th, 38th and 48th minutes while Shemar Britton scored the other goal.
Twenty two goals were scored on Friday last when East Ruimveldt swamped Central High 13-1 while Charlestown brushed aside St. George’s 5-3.
Tournament Coordinator Lawrence “Sparrow” Griffith said play will resume on April 25 due to the unavailability of the goalposts being used at the venue.
Twelve schools are taking part in the second annual tournament sponsored by Scotia Bank and Pepsi in association with the Guyana Sports Development Foundation of the United States and the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).