SJPP in 7-1 rout


Added 02 November 2012


Champions Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP) trounced Grantley Adams 7-1 at Blackmans to stay top of Group B when the Coca-Cola Barbados Secondary Schools’ Football League continued on Wednesday. Reshon Brathwaite scored a hat-trick while there were double strikes for Jadai Clarke and Deane Callender as SJPP moved their unbeaten run to six matches. Grantley Adams’ goal came from a penalty converted by Trimain Herbert. Three goals from captain Randy Kwang helped Lester Vaughan to a 6-0 blanking of St James at Trents. The other goalscorers were Kyle Yearwood, Rajohn Hawkesworth and Romario Drakes. In Group A, the Barbados Community College defeated Pine Hill St Leonard’s 3-1 to maintain their stranglehold of this zone. Amal Mayers, Jabarry Brandford, Josiah Maximilien scored for the winners while Keon Atkins replied. Other results Harrison College 1, Alleyne 1 Queen’s College 4, Trident Splash Parkinson 1 Princess Margaret 1, Lodge 1 St. Michael 2, Foundation 1 Alexandra 4, Deighton Griffith 4 (PR/EZS)


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