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Providence in 11-0 victory

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 21 May 2019


Kayden Kellman (fourth left) of Vauxhall Primary School trying to get through St Winifred’s defence during their goalless draw at Briar Hall. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

Providence Elementary registered the biggest win of the season when they triumphed 11-0 over St Elizabeth Primary in the BICO Primary School’s Football competition on Monday.

Playing at Shorey Village, Daniel Vilyepp turned in a magnificent performance to score six goals, while Harry Smith netted a hat-trick. C’Jae Nicholls and Jonothan McFarlais scored one each.

Trinity Academy also recorded a big win when they defeated St Mary’s 7-1 at Passage Road. (RG)

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