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Bogue, Barrett Town register wins in St James U-13 competition

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The going continues to be tough for newcomers to the Victoria Mutual Foundation St James Football Association Under-13 competition, after Pinnacle Academy and Hosanna Prep were both beaten in their opening games at the UDC Field on Monday.

They join Bickersteth Primary and Garlands Primary, who were also beaten in their opening games the previous week.

Ajauni Baymon scored twice, once in each half, for Bogue All-Age as they beat Pinnacle Academy 4-0 to take over the lead in Zone E on goal difference over Lethe All-Age.

Baymon scored in the 30th and 36th minutes after Maliek Myrie had opened the scoring in the 10th minute, with Oshane Clarke scoring the fourth in the 54th minute.

Devoan Reid scored both goals for Barrett Town in their 2-0 win over Hosanna Prep, netting in the 26th and 31st minutes.

Barrett Town took over the lead in Zone C after the first game between former champions Howard Cooke Primary and Chetwood had ended in 0-0 draw.

In the other game on Monday, Cambridge beat Somerton 3-0 in game between schools based in southern St James.

Ivan Ricketts gave Cambridge the lead in the 21st minute and they added a second through Shaquan Ramsay in the 33rd minute, while Ashley Gordon added a third in he 48th minute.

– Paul Reid


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