Lester Vaughan created the biggest upset of the day when the fourth series of the 2012 Coca Cola Barbados Under-19 Secondary Schools Football competition continued yesterday.
The Cane Garden, St. Thomas school defeated the leaders of Group B and previously unbeaten Alexandra 4-3 in a thrilling contest at Vaucluse.
Shakille Belle and Antonio Weekes had put the home side two goals up in the first 15 minutes before the visitors pulled back one before the break. In the end both Belle and Weekes doubled their tally to account for the home side’s four goals while Romario Jordan with two and Khobi Carter, one, scored for the visitors.
Defending champions Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic were held to a 0-0 draw by Combermere at their Wildey home ground to blow their group wide open.
St. Lucy Secondary School surprised St. James at home with a 4-0 hammering in another group B encounter while Deighton Griffith overcame Coleridge and Parry 3-1 at Kingsland.
In Group A, leaders Pine Hill St. Leonard’s beat Foundation 1-0 at home thanks to a Hakhim Hinds goal, while Alleyne School trounced Trident Splash Parkinson Memorial 4-0 in the Pine, St Michael with goals from Wade Garner, two, Jabari Eversley and Javere Dowridge, one each.
Queen’s College 1, Harrison College 0 Craig St. Hill (1) Lodge 0, St. Michael 2 Jameel Stuart (2)
St. Leonard’s 1, Foundation 0
Rakim Hinds (1)
Princess Margaret 1, Barbados Community College 1 Mark Bushell (1), Amal Mayers (1)
Parkinson 0, Alleyne 4
Jabari Eversley (1) Wade Garner (2)
Javere Dowridge (1)
Deighton Griffith 3, Coleridge and Parry 1 Kevin Scott (2) Richardo Blackman (1) Khalil Gill (1)
Lester Vaughan 4, Alexandra 3 Shakille Belle (2) Romario Jordan (2) Antonio Weekes (2) Khobi Carter (1)
St. Lucy 4, St. James 1 S J P Polytechnic 0, Combermere 0
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