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Top teams making their presence felt in Scotiabank Youth Cup

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Pinelands Academy and Kick Start going at in U-15 action at Parkinson Field. Pinelands were 5-1 winners.

The top teams continue to flex their muscles across the divisions of the Scotiabank National Youth Cup as the 2018 tournament picked back this past weekend. With games being played at six different venues in two tiers and five divisions on Saturday, there was no shortage of excitement as several sides secured substantial wins to add some valuable points to their tallies.

In Tier 1 at Pine Resource Centre, well-established club Pro Shottas whipped fledgling side Launfal Soccer Academy in their Under-11 clash. The result was a painful one for Launfal as there were six unanswered goals from Tremon Francis, Jules O'Garro, Enrico Banfield and Zachari Yard, who finished with a hat-trick. In the same zone, Kick Start Kickers got themselves a 3-0 win over St. Andrew Lions. Getting started with an own-goal, Kymani Trotman and Jordan Bryan added the other two.

The National Sports Council Blenheim Ballers made the most of a home field edge to dismantle the Barbados Youth Service in an Under-13 encounter. Youth Service had no rebuttals for the eight goals that were fired past their custodian. Andre Mitchell, Kishmar Walcott, Saschen Marshall all had a goal each to co-star in the Khimani Cox Show as he had five.

Pinelands Academy also had a decent margin of victory at Blenheim over their opponents Notre Dame Youth. Their Under-13 match saw Pinelands getting away with four goals from Kamaal Bryan (2) Amego Jordan and Christian St. Hill while Dames mustered a consolation from Christian Gill.

Pro Shottas were on fire at this venue as well as their Under-13s decimated and unlucky Brittons Hill side as they came out with 10 goals. Brittons Hill had no replies as Rovaldo Massiah led the charge with four goals and Marcus Whittington had two. Ethan Taylor, James Moore, Kenrian Harris and Aiden Tempro all pitched in to bring up the total.

Moving up to Under-15, Mavericks Fire made short work of NSC Blenheim Ballers at Parkinson Field as they blazed a trail to come out 8-0 victors. Pierre Harding opened the account which had deposits from Raequan Jones (2), Kemar John, Jamal Cummins, Jamario Moore , Xavier Springer and Tyrique Sandiford.

Pinelands Academy Under-15s picked up their best result yet of the season with a 5-1 finish over Kick Start Gunners. Jaden Shepherd was the lone scorer for Kick Start while an own-goal buffered efforts from Shabari Lynch (2), Kelon Carrington and Janash Jannai.

The Pro Shottas Under-17 team got their hands on their third straight win of the season when they handed down a drubbing on Mavericks Fire. Extinguishing their opponents without allowing them any goals, the four that they scored bring them up to 20 goals so far this year. Spreading things evenly across the board, it was a goal each from Tyrique Belle, Thierry Gale, Niall Reid-Stepehen and Dishon Howell that brought up the total.

Whitehall had the biggest win in Tier 2 as their Under-9 team spanked the Kick Start Sparks five goals to none. With a hat-trick coming from Danari Griffith, Maleek Peters and Tariq Barker added the other goals at the Kick Start ground.

Over at Blenheim, All Stars Elite came out on top of a high-scoring affair against Mavericks Heat in Under-13 action. Javon Hurdle had three goals to lead All Stars to five with the help of Malik Bynoe and Reuben Jacobs. For Mavericks, it was Shano Caddle, Tamall Edwards and Joshua Campbell to bring up five.

At the Barbados Community College, a hat-trick from Premier League player Dante Greenidge was not enough to keep Brittons Hill Under-17 team from going down to a solid FV West Coast side. West Coast cruised to six goals with Keshawn Haynes and Jonathan Herbert both getting braces and Jaden Mascoll and Sergio Nucette adding the other goals.



Tier 1


Under-9 Zone A

Paradise 2 – Pro Shottas 3

FV West Coast 1 – Launfal Soccer Academy 0


Under-9 Zone B

King's Park Rangers 0 – Kick Start Hot Shots – 1

Mavericks Fire 0 – Brittons Hill 1


Under-11 Zone A

St. Andrew Lions 0 – Kick Start Kickers 3

Pro Shottas 6 – Launfal Soccer Academy 0


Under-11 Zone B

Mavericks Fire 1 – Pinelands Academy 2

Paradise 0 – King's Park Rangers 0


Under-13 Zone A

NSC Blenheim Ballers 8 – Barbados Youth Service 0

BSA Superstars 0 – Kick Start Hammers 3


Under-13 Zone B

Notre Dame Youth 1 – Pinelands Academy 4

Pro Shottas 10 – Brittons Hill 0


Under-15 Zone A

NSC Blenheim Ballers 0 – Mavericks Fire 8

Pinelands Academy 5 – Kick Start Gunners 1


Under-15 Zone B

Paradise Youth 1 – Compton 2

Pride of Gall Hill 0 – FLOW Pro Shottas 3


Under-17 Zone A

Mavericks Fire 0 – Pro Shottas 4

Pinelands Academy 0 – Kick Start 3


Under-17 Zone B

Paradise Youth 1 – BSA Super Stars 2

Pride of Gall Hill 1 – Barbados Youth Service 2


Tier 2



White Hall 5 – Kick Starts Sparks 0

Empire 0 – United Stars Alliance 2

All Stars Elite 2 – Youth Milan 0


Under-11 Zone A

Barbados Youth Service 0 – Brittons Hill 0

Kick Start Shooters 1 – United Stars Alliance 3


Under-11 Zone B

Pro Shottas Spurs 0 – FV West Coast 2

Ellerton 1 – Empire 1


Under-13 Zone A

Pride of Gall Hill 0 – FV West Coast 3

All Stars Elite 5 – Mavericks 3


Under-13 Zone B

Pro Shottas 0 – United Stars Alliance 2

White Hall 4 – Paradise Youth 2



United Stars Alliance 3 – Brittons Hill 1

All Stars Elite 3 – Pro Shottas 4

Notre Dame Youth 2 – Crane and Equipment Ellerton 1



Checker Hall 0 – BSA Warriors 3

FC Mega Ballers 0 – Weymouth Wales 3

FV West Coast 6 – Brittons Hill 3

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