Dominica: The DA Sports Vybez sports organisation has recently shared more information regarding the ongoing Sports Division Secondary Schools Football Competition for the categories of Under 15 and Under 20 football games.
The officials from DA Sports have addressed yesterday’s teams’ performances as ‘Goals Galore’ as a total of 49 (forty-nine) goals were scored on Monday across the five games in the under-15 and under-20 groups.
Per the information shared by the DA Sports Vybez on their official social media handle, yesterday’s competition was full of adventure for the audience as it recorded the highest number of goals scored in the recent matches.
In addition, the DA Sports management shared statistics and results from the games, which read as follows,
In the opening encounter, the under-15 sports division secondary school match kicked off, and Castle Bruce Secondary School hammered the Goodwill Secondary School by a huge margin of 10 goals to 1.
During the match, goals were scored regularly by Castle Bruce Secondary School players, starting with Alison Gasper, who scored four goals and was accompanied by Kenneth Valmond, who registered a hat trick (3 goals).
Followed by Taran George, Kimani Rodney, and Erickson Harris scored one each for the Castle Bruce Secondary School. In addition, the lone goal for the Goodwill Secondary School was scored by D’Andre Peltier.
As per the numbers, over in Portsmouth, also in the U15 Division, Portsmouth Secondary School demolished the North East Comprehensive School by 16 goals to nil.
Additionally, the top scorers of the match for Portsmouth Secondary were Kassim Bethelmie, seven goals; Je’ Dyan Lockhart and Cliff Simon got a hat trick each(3 goals) Ajanie Francois 2 and Jean-Luc Previlor, 1. While at StockFarm, also in the U15 Division, the Dominica Grammar School was enjoying a good day.
They punished and handed over the loss to Pierre Charles Secondary by eight goals to nil. Geovanni George and Jervonte Hamilton was the top scorer of the match with a hat trick each (3 goals),
Dwight Eloi 1 and an own goal from a Pierre Charles Secondary defender completed the scoring for Dominica Grammar School.