September 26, 2016

Mae’s continue impressive run in Milo football

Mae’s Secondary is shaping up to be one of the contenders in this year’s Milo Under-20 School Football Tournament with yet another win on Sunday as Round four action concluded at the Ministry of Education ground.
Mae’s remain undefeated as they enter the knockout stage and have amassed the second largest goal difference in the tournament so far, second only to defending champs Chase Academy.

Some of the action during a previous round

Some of the action during a previous round

Nevertheless, Mae’s topped St Roses High 4-1 for their third consecutive win and qualified for the knockout stage at the top of the group.
Darshan Persaud was the man in form during the win with a hat-trick in the 24th, 59th and 60th minutes. Alex Hopkinson was the other goal scorer in the 44th minute.
Shamar Jones scored the lone goal for St Roses in the 25th minute.
Queenstown Secondary topped St John’s College 3-0 to barely make it into the knockout stage.
Jermin Padmore scored a double in the fifth and 11th minutes while Vickram Chandranand scored the final goal in the 53rd minute.
Meanwhile former champs for the first time in the tournament will not make the knockout stage of the tournament after 1-1 draw with Tutorial.
Zion Gray opened the scoring for Tutorial with a brilliant strike while Travis Parris equalised in the 34th minute.
Charlestown gained an easy walkover win against Freeburg but will be unable to qualify for the knockout stage.
Action in the tournament will continue on March 5-6 at the said venue.

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