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Nestle Milo Under-20 Schools Football Competition…Defending champs Lodge rumbles on

– Four more matches on today
Defending champions Lodge joined St. Mary’s, Dolphin and North Ruimveldt in the quarter-finals of this year’s Nestle Milo Under-20 Schools Football Competition which continued yesterday, at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.

Action in the clash between South Ruimveldt and North Ruimveldt which the latter won on penalty kicks.

Action in the clash between South Ruimveldt and North Ruimveldt which the latter won on penalty kicks.

In day’s full results:
Kingston Secondary-1 vs St. Mary’s-7
St. Mary’s Scorers
Curtis Kelman-17th
Rafael Bollers-49th
Kareem Caines-59th
Colin Denny-61st
Rafael Charles-63rd and 71st
Alyne Haynes-78th
Kingston Scorer
Terrence John-52nd
Mae’s Secondary-1 vs Dolphin Secondary-2
Dolphin Scorers
Joshua Perreira-8th
Kester Grant-54th
Mae’s Scorers
Hilbert Lawrence-32nd
The Bishop’s High-1 vs Lodge Secondary-6
Lodge Scorers
Keoma Crawford-8th
Jarel Grannum-10th, 62nd
Ryan Hackett-24th
Shamar Dover-58th
Stephan McLean-75th
The Bishops Scorer
Joel Morrison-26th (pk)
Leon Blake-Red Card-25th-Lodge Secondary
South Ruimveldt-1 vs North Ruimveldt-1
North Ruimveldt won 4-1 on penalty kicks
South Ruimveldt Scorer
Levi Canterbury-50th
North Ruimveldt Scorer
Carl Griffith-32nd
Meanwhile, four more matches are planned for today, at the same venue.
In the opening fixture, Queen’s College take on Morgan’s Learning Centre and that will be followed by the clash between Queenstown and East Ruimveldt.
St. Joseph’s then battle last year’s beaten finalist St. George’s and in the final encounter of the day, Chase Academy go up against Richard Ishmael.
Starting time is 11:00 hrs.
The event’s winner will bag the championship trophy and $500,000 towards any school project, while the second, third and fourth placed finishers will pocket $300,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively, also towards the funding of a school undertaking.
Awards will be given to the event’s most valuable player, highest goal scorer and best goal keeper; while four full scholarships to attend Chase Academy free of cost is up for grabs.


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