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Patience Hill Government made it into
their first ever Boys Under-15 Final of the
Tobago Primary Schools Football League last
Up against favourites Scarborough RC at
the Mt Gomery Recreation Ground, Patience
Hill came from behind to score an upset 2-
1 win in extra time.
Jareen Small had earlier opened the scoring
for Scarborough with a well-executed free-
kick from just outside the area midway through
the first half. However, a Justin Campbell goal
from close range on the stroke of halftime
took away Scarborough s advantage.
Scarborough started the second period of
play the brighter of the two teams by creating
several chances. Patience Hill, to their credit,
sat deep in their half and absorbed the pressure,
often times breaking into a counter attack.
Both teams then failed to score the important
go ahead goal, forcing the game into extra time.
Tiring legs from both teams slowed the
tempo significantly in the first period of extra
But just as they did in regulation time,
Patience Hill found a way through Scarbor-
ough s defence right on the whistle to end
the first period of extra time through Justice
On the resumption, two clear-cut oppor-
tunities went abegging for Patience Hill but
they were still able to hold off Scarborough s
attack to book their spot in today s showpiece.
Joining Patience Hill in the final is last
year s beaten finalist Bon Accord Government,
who made light work of Belle Garden AC.
After a goalless first half, Belle Garden
went ahead through Kareem Sheppard, who
chanced a shot from distance only to see the
ball eluding the pint-sized Bon Accord goalie
much to the delight of Sheppard and his
What followed after was the Kyle Jack
show. Sporting the number seven jersey
similar to that of Real Madrid s Cristiano
Ronaldo, Jack, with his speed and skill, was
unstoppable. In the space of ten minutes he
scored four goals to lead Bon Accord to an
Over to the Girls Division, the final will
be contested between the impressive Bon
Accord Government and St Andrew s AC.
Both Schools registered contrasting wins
in their semi-final encounters last Thursday
at the Coaching School Ground.
Bon Accord defeated Signal Hill 3-0 while
St Andrew s AC got the better of St Patrick s
AC 2-0 courtesy a Janae Degannes double.
And in the Boys Under-12 Division, Scar-
borough RC will start as favourites against
Belle Garden AC.
Scarborough disposed of Black Rock Gov-
ernment 5-1 with the talented Zyon Makoul
and Keanu Boalswaine netting twice. Belle
Garden took care of business in the second
half of their game against a stubborn Mt
Following a goalless first half the team
from the east came alive with three goals,
including a contender for goal of the season
when leading striker Kassidy Davidson s del-
icate chip found its way over the onrushing
keeper and into the net.
The finals will thus be a showdown
between Davidson and Makoul both of whom
have displayed a level of skill and maturity
beyond their age.
Today s finals will start promptly at 10 am
at the Mt Pleasant Recreation Ground. The
day s proceedings will start with Girls Final
followed by the Boys Under-12 and Under-
15 finals. • See Page 30
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the Bon Accord
after their 6-1
win over Belle
• Bon Accord 3 (Jennifer Ma ime, Bianca Smith, Deli-
cia Nicholson) Signal Hill
• St Andre s AC 2 (Janae Degannes 2) St Patrick s
• Belle Garden 3 (Kassid Da idson, K mani Bonas,
o n goal) Mt Gomer Go ernment
• Scarboro gh RC (Z on Mako l 2, Kean Boal-
s aine 2, o n goal) Black Rock (Gelani Job)
• Patience Hill Go ernment 2 (J stin Sand , J stice
Williams) Scarboro gh RC (Jareen Small)
• Bon Accord Go t 6 (Ald n Henr , K le Jack , Nigel
Bernette) Belle Garden AC (Kareem Sheppard)
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