Roseau, Dominica: Six schools have secured their place in the next round of the National Bank of Dominica Sports Division Primary School girls Under 13 football competition on Wednesday, March 8, 2023. The matches were played in three zones.
The National Bank of Dominica Sports Division Primary Schools girls 13 and Under football competition got off the ground on Wednesday, March 8 2023 in Three Zones.
Here is the details of the results from three zones:
Six Schools has automatically booked their place in the next round.
From the South West Zone played at Lindo Park the Goodwill Primary School secured first place winning both of their matches for 6 points and the Massacre Primary School came second on 3 points with one win and a lost. Roseau Primary was in 3rd place on 0 points with two defeats.
Grandbay Primary School, the defending Champion was a no show.
Nickels Hector of the Goodwill Primary School topped scored in the Zone with three goals, Wendella Augiste also from the Goodwill Primary and Rihanna Romain of the Massacre Primary School scored two goals each.
Over in Castle Bruce in the South East Zone, only two of the four teams showed up. In the lone match played the Grandfond/Morne Jaune Primaries combined defeated the Sineku Primary School by eight goals to nil for first place. Both teams automatically qualified from the South East Zone. Atkinson Primary and Castle Bruce Primary failed to show up.
The Top scorers were Rickara Prescott with four goals and K’liegh Jean Jacques 3 goals both from the Grandfond/Morne Jaune Primary Schools combined team.
In the North East Zone played in Londonderry three of the four teams scheduled to play was present. The Concord Primary School was a no show.
Bense/Thibaud Primary Schools combined team went undefeated winning their both games played for 6 points. WS Steven’s Primary School came second with 3 points and the Baroness Patricia Scotland Primary School was on 0 points from 2 defeats.
Destiny Froncois of the Bense/Thibaud combined was the Zone top scored with six goals. Bense/Thibaud combined, and the WS Steven’s Primary School have qualified automatically for the next round.
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