Dark Horses St Pius Primary scores upset win

Dark horses St. Pius Primary defeated tournament favourites Tucville Primary 1-0 when the Petra Organization/Courts Guyana Incorporated in collaboration with Banks DIH Limited Pee Wee U11 football tourney continued at the Thirst Park ground yesterday.

Bevney Mark netted the only goal converting a penalty in the seventh minute. Awarded the spot kick following a hand ball in the area, Mark would drill his powerful right-footed effort to the lower right handed corner.

St. Pius almost doubled their lead in the second half through Marcus Wilson. Cutting in from the left side of the field, Wilson would unleash a powerful right-footed drive that forced Tucville custodian Kedar Chester to save with his legs.

Tucville would create their best chance of the fixture through a Rayheim Marques effort. Receiving a DeAndre Linton right sided cross, Marques would see his right-footed strike from within the penalty area sail just over the cross bar.

In other results, St. Gabriel’s Primary edged Stella Maris Primary 1-0 through a Teon Forde 24th minute strike.

Action in the Petra Organisation/Courts Courts Guyana Incorporated in collaboration with Banks DIH Limited Pee Wee football tournament at Thirst Park yesterday.
Action in the Petra Organisation/Courts Courts Guyana Incorporated in collaboration with Banks DIH Limited Pee Wee football tournament at Thirst Park yesterday.

St. Margaret’s Primary and Enterprise Primary played to a 2-2 draw. Rasheed Evans netted for Enterprise in the ninth and 14th minutes while Diego Briton and David Scott scored for the Camp street side in the sixth and 27th minutes.

F.E. Pollard Primary squeaked past St. Angela’s Primary 3-2. Dominique Fields, Keyambo Jervis ad Cordell Charles were on target for the winners in the 11th, 22nd and 30th minutes respectively. Netting a double for the losers was Devon Haywood in the 13th and 26th minutes.

St. Sidwell’s Primary needled Winfer Gardens 1-0 compliments of Miguel Stall’s 23rd minute strike while J.E. Burnham and South Ruimveldt played to a nil-all draw.

Defending champions Marian Academy recorded their first victory of the event, earning a walkover victory against Sophia Primary whilst Ketley Primary and Success Primary played to a 0-0 draw.

Powerhouse unit East La Penitence trounced Redeemer Primary 3-0 with goals from Leroy Yaw, Fabian Boters and Andre Hope in the ninth, 25th and 28th minutes correspondingly.

North Georgetown Primary defeated West Field Primary via walkover while Redeemer Primary received a walkover from Sophia Primary.

In the final fixture of the day, West Ruimveldt Primary defeated St. Stephen’s Primary 3-1. Leandre Gilbert, Ryan Archer and Michael Oie netted for the winners in the 10th, 13th and 29th minutes. Scoring for the losers in the 19th minute was Jaiheim Taylor.

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