Hard Times, Spurs making moves in Keith Gumbs U-18 league
Hard Times and Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs are making big moves in the recently commenced Under 18 League. At the Bath Playing Field last week Friday, Hard Times dismissed Bath United 2-0. Tyrese Jeffers struck twice in the 67th and 70th minute to give Hard Times the win. On that same day at the Gardens Playing Field, Garden Hotspurs took full advantage of home field support, dismantling Halfway Tree 6-1. Jaheem Davis got the ball rolling in the 13th minute for Spurs, only for Jace Chapman of Halfway Tree to equalize in the 39th minute. But that was all the action Halfway Tree would see as Spurs took over the game and dominated. Brendon Tucket made it 2-1 in the 47th minute, Alrese Pascal added to the tally in the 60th minute; Jausean Jeffers extended the leaded four minutes later, Gyondre Barette found the back of the net five minutes later and Shabazz Whyte put the icing on the cake in the 83rd minute. There was also action at the St. Peters playing field between Elco Ltd. St. Peters and Rams Village Superstars. St. Peters won 3-1. Chaianedo Brookes scored in the 6th min only for Village to equalize through a Mazaru Hodge strike four minutes on. But before the first half ended Oszani Purell and Jahlanie Pemberton made sure the match was in the bag for St. Peters with goals in the 13th and 34th minutes of play.
On Saturday Winners Circle United and Sol IAS Conaree F.C. drew 2-2. Byron Phillip started things off for Conaree with the first goal of the match in the 21st minute. But it was not before the 64th minute before Jumadeen Joseph of Newtown found the equalizer in the 64th minute. Conaree was destined to go ahead but both teams canceled out each other in the 80th minute with goals from Jamali Thompson of Conaree and Juvaughn Brookes of Newtown, ending the match into a deadlock.
Meanwhile, in the Under 15 Youth League, Strikers and Dieppe Bay finished in a 2-2 stalemate. Dieppe Bay started the scoring in the 10th minute for Dieppe Bay but Strikers took the lead with two first half strikes from Jelani Willet and Rodgernique Hendricks in the 15th and 37th minute respectively. Iverson Challenger ensured Dieppe Bay would get a point from the match with a 59th minute goal.
In the day’s other match, St. Pauls drubbed Saddlers 5-1. Tevin Mendez, Hazani Rochester, Lavom Rawlins, Sharim Douglas and Zarick Francis were the goals scorers for St. Pauls while Kemenl French scored a consolation goal in the 50th minute for Saddlers.
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