Hattieville, Third World & Brown Bombers win in Smart Mundialito Print E-mail
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Thursday, 25 October 2012 00:00

Hattieville’s Darrell Flowers scores the  3rd goalBelize City, October 20, 2012

The Hattieville United Youth Sports Club and Third World of the St Martin de Porres area enjoyed their second victories, Jane Usher Boulevard posted their first win and the Brown Bombers continued to lead the Smart Mundialito under-15 football competition with their third win in the fourth week of competition at the MCC grounds on Saturday, October 20th.

The Bombers now lead the tournament with 10 points following a 2-0 triumph over Unity Rangers. Shamar Thompson scored the first winning goal before intermission, and Sherwin Requena added a second goal after the break. Requena is now the tournament’s top goal-scorer with four goals to his credit. The Rangers rank ninth in the league with two points from two draws and two losses.

The Hattieville United Youth Sports Club moved up to third place with 7 points from two wins and a draw enjoyed a 3-0 victory over the Ladyville Jaguars in the second game of the morning. Kenyon Young scored the first winning goal, Cameron Thomas added a second goal and Darrel Flowers scored a third for the 3-0 win. The Ladyville Jaguars are the cellar dwellers of the league with only one point from a draw and three losses.

Third World moved up to second place in the league as they enjoyed their second win 1-0 over the hitherto undefeated Ladyville “Japan” in the third game of the morning, when Marquis Conorquie scored the winning goal.

Ladyville “Japan” is now tied for sixth place in the competition, with City Boys Juniors, each with five points from a win and two draws and zero goal differential, as City Boys struggled to a scoreless draw with the boys of St. John Vianney in the fifth game of the afternoon.

The St. John Vianney boys are now ranked fourth with 6 points, from a win and three scoreless draws. The competition continues on Saturday, October 27th.