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Ebenezer Methodist School boys lead in primary schools football competition Print E-mail
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Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:00

The Belize City Primary Schools Football competition continued at the MCC Grounds on Thursday 24th May, with four games on the schedule.

In the first game in the girls’ competition, St. Ignatius School defeated St. Luke Methodist School by the score of 1-0.

The only goal of the game was scored by Reyannie Duran of St. Ignatius School.

In the second game in the girls’ competition, Wesley Upper School and St. John’s Primary School played to a 0-0 draw.

In the first of two games played in the boys’ competition, Wesley Upper School blanked St. Ignatius School by the score of 2-0.

The goals for Wesley Upper School were scored by Devin Thurton.

And in the final game of the day, Ebenezer Methodist School boys blasted James Garbutt SDA School by the score of 6-0.

The goals for Ebenezer Methodist School were scored by Hector Reyes (3), Jaymion Cacho (2) and Jaylen Whyte.

On Friday 25th May, in the only game played in the girls’ competition, St. John’s Primary School and Belize Elementary School played to a 0-0 draw.

In the first of three games in the boys’ competition, Belize Elementary School won over Unity Presbyterian School via the default route.

In the second game, St. Mary’s Anglican School won handily over All Saints Anglican School by the score of 5-1.

The goals for St. mary’s Anglican School were scored by Scoran Stuart (3), Keffer Perteau and Jason Orosco. Meanwhile, Kenyon Pratt scored the only goal of the game for All Saints Anglican School.

In the third and final game of the day in the boys’ competition, St. Joseph Primary School blanked Holy Redeemer School by the score of 2-0. The goals for St. Joseph Primary School was scored by Luis Sosa and Daniel Thurton.

And on Monday 28th May, in the first of two games on the girls’ schedule, St. Ignatius School and St. John’s Primary School played to a 0-0 draw.

In the second game, Salvation Army School and St. John Vianney School also played to a 0-0 draw.

In the first game of the boys’ competition, St. Ignatius School and Ephesus SDA School played to a 0-0 draw.

And in the second game, St. John Vianney School won via the default route over Salvation Army School.