BSA large and in charge
The Barbados Soccer Academy (BSA) last Saturday proved they are presently the most decorated youth football outfit in the country.
The Academy retained their Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 titles when the finals of the annual Barbados Football Association Youth Tournament were held at the National Stadium.
The BSA boys blanked archrivals Pro Shottas 3-0 in the Under-13 final with goals by Best Defender Renaldo Bowen and Kavian Inniss after their opponents conceded an own-goal.
Harrison College’s multi-talented young sportsman Carl Hinkson logged a hat trick in another 3-0 triumph over newcomers Mavericks in the Under-15 final.
The Academy also prevailed 2-1 in a keenly contested Under-17 final against Pro Shottas with Keon Atkins and Ocean Sobers-Henry scoring for the winners and Freddy Mulligan scoring for the losers.
Earlier, Empire won the Under-9 age group 2-1 on penalty kicks after being locked 2-2 in regular time with Kick Start. Kelon Carrington scored a brace for Kick Start while Kemar John scored both of Empire’s goals.
In a high-scoring Under-11 final, Tyrique Belle scored a hat-trick and Thierry Gale got a brace to lead Pro Shottas to a 7-4 victory over Kick Start. (EZS)