Last year’s third place finisher Masters Academy, got their Milo U18 Secondary Schools Football Championship off to the perfect start, crushing Queenstown 10-0 yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Diminutive forward Calvin Peters was in clinical form as he fashioned six goals, five of which came in the first half. Peters etched his name on the scorer’s sheet in the fourth, eighth, 26th, 29th, 34th and 67th minute.
Tyrone Khan also made his presence felt with a double in the 16th and 44th minute. Also getting into the goal scoring act were Markiheo Eastman and Isaiah Anderson in the 15th and 69th minute each.
Meanwhile, Sir Leon Lesson’s, the fourth placed finisher in last year’s tournament, downed Uitvlugt 3-0. Julian Bamfield, Zion Gray and Shemar Carrington were on target in the fourth, 30th and 63rd minute each.
Also, South Ruimveldt and Charlestown battled to a 2-2 draw. Raymond Badoo and Rodney Downes were on target for Charlestown in the eighth and 21st minute apiece.
For South Ruimveldt, Mogal McBean and Jamal Nedd found the back of the net in the 25thand 41st minute respectively. The tournament resumes on February 3rd at the same venue.
South Ruimveldt-2 vs Charlestown-2
Masters Academy-10 vs Queenstown-0
Calvin Peters-4th, 8th, 26th, 29th, 34th and 67th
Tyrone Khan-16th and 44th
Sir Leon Lesson’s-3 vs Uitvlugt-0