GOALS GALORE AGAIN AT CHILI IN UNDER-14 CHAMPIONSHIPS

Aldeus Charles and Amos Thomas both hit hat-tricks, as Sparta FC slammed DESCO FC with an 11-nil whipping at the Chili Playing Field, on Saturday April 28th 2018, in another round of matches in the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation / St. Vincent Brewery 2018 National Under-14 Club Championships.

At the break the score was 4-0, and following, seven goals were scored as Sparta FC took full advantage of their physical superiority.

Charles hit home with goals in the 20th, 34th, and 44th minutes respectively, while Thomas found the back of the nets in the 41st, 51st, and 60th minutes, respectively.

Adding to DESCO FC woes were Rayseon Mathias with goals in the 40th and 56th minutes, Shemron Philips in the 8th, Tyreke Gage in the 13th, and Tyrel Jacobs in the 23rd minutes, as Sparta FC ran away 11-nil victors.

In the second game of the afternoon at the Chili Playing Field, Owia United lost 0 – 3 to SV United. Darani Williams in the 11th, Javon Collins in the 27th, and Pierce Henry in the 60th minute were the scorers for SV United.

Over at Campden Park on Saturday April 28, 2018, Avenues United FC defeated Largo heights 6 – 1, the half-time score being 5-nil in favour of Avenues United FC.

Ryan Ellis opened the scoring for Avenues United FC in the 6th minute, and followed with another in the 10th minute.

a SV United player seeks to dance his way past his marker closely watched by referee John Hinds

Shackwan Dopwell with goals in the 15th and 42nd minutes, Jaran Ince in the 16th, and Kadel Hector in the 18th minutes, were the other goal-scorers in the Avenues United FC victory, while Rudolph Caine pulled one back for Largo Heights.

In another game at the Campden Park Playing Field, Jebelle FC squeezed past Camdonia Chelsea 1-nil, courtesy of the 46th minute goal by Mitchum John.

Later K&R Strikers then defeated Toni Store Jugglers 3-nil, and on Sunday April 29th, at the same ground, Toni Store Jugglers again lost, this time to Glenside Ball Blazers 0-3, as 28 goals were scored in a hectic weekend of Under-14 football.

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