September 26, 2016

Chase Academy embarrass Lodge for back-to-back titles

Milo U-20 School Football Tournament…

By Treiston Joseph

Chase Academy along with sponsors and high standing officals pose with the winning Chase Academy team

Chase Academy along with sponsors and high standing officals pose with the winning Chase Academy team

Chase Academy emphatically declared who the best team in Georgetown is with a 9-0 drubbing of Lodge Secondary in the final of the Milo Under-20 School Football Tournament that culminated on Saturday evening at the Ministry of Education ground.
Chase will not only go down as the only team thus far to win multiple titles but also as the team to produce the most one sided final in Milo history with their dominant display of football.
Kelsey Benjamin was the top goal scorer in the tournament and the final ending the night’s action with four goals in the 26th, 47th, 58th and 66th minutes.
Ralph Parris in the 12th and 40th and Ryan Hackette in the 24th and 50th minutes ended with doubles to add insult to injury.
Sunil Logan put the exclamation mark on the game with a goal in the 82nd minute.
2014 champ Lodge simply could not hang with the fire power of Chase and their defence as Captain of Chase Jeremy Garrett pointed out after the final was porous.
Meanwhile South Ruimveldt topped Queen’s College for third place with a 2-nil win against Queen’s College.
South Ruimveldt scored consecutive goals in the space of a minute to snuff the life out of the play of Queen’s College.
Cecil Jackman would draw first blood in the 22nd minute while Adrian Aaron added to the lead almost immediately in the 23rd minute.
At the presentation ceremony held immediately after the event, Director of sport Christopher Jones, Brand Manager of Milo Renita Sital, Vice President of the Guyana Football federation Rawlston Adams, Director of Petra organisation Troy Menodca, Ministry of Education Nicholas Fraser and Ministry of Public Health Dr Dennis Bassier commended the players as well as the execution of the tournament.

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