There were mixed fortunes during the Bermuda School Sports Federations’ Primary School All Star Matches at the National Sports Center.
The East and West each winning a Primary School game, the West were comfortable 5 - 2 winners over the East in the Primary School Girls match, while the East Boys won an entertaining Primary School Boy’s match 2 - 1. The Blue Team were 3 - 2 victors in the Middle School Girls game.
Primary School Girls
West 5 East 2
Avani Patton led the West to a 5 - 2 win over the East, the Saltus Grammar School diminutive forward earned herself MVP honors with a hat trick for the winners. Calae Young Gibbons from Gilbert Institute added a great long range goal while Saltus’ Brooke Castree added the fifth. The East got goals from Ja’Shay Trott from Harrington Sound and Eva Tuzo from St. George’s Preparatory. Mount Saint Agnes goalkeeper Taya Rodrigues was named MVP for the East.
Primary School Boys
East 3 West 1
The West took the lead early in the game with a fine effort from Blayz Borgesson, the Gilbert Institute forward beat the East goalkeeper with a low shot from just inside the box. The East were soon on level terms through Kydan Browne, the Mount Saint Agnes student scored directly from a long range free kick. Somersfield Academy’s Masaki Kitade put the East ahead minutes later when he was the first to pounce on a rebound to steer the ball home. The West created many chances in the second half but were continuously denied by MVP Jai Simmons from Prospect Primary in the East goal. St George’s Preps Azende Trott –Smith put the game out of reach when he made no mistake beating the goalkeeper after breaking free on goal. The West MVP was Syhon Goater from Paget Primary.
Middle School Girls
Blue Team 3 Red Team 2
The Blue Team won a seesaw battle with the Red Team in the Middle School Girls match. The Blue Team took the lead in the 11th minute when Warwick Academys Ashley DaSilva turned Jahni Simmons cross into the net from ten years out. Saltus Grammar Schools Ramiah Brangman equalized for the Red Team before Simmons from Whitney Institute regained the lead for the Blue Team. The Red Team would once again equalize through a fine effort from Azari Easton from Dellwood Middle School. The match was settled in the last few minutes when Saltus Sydney Sydney Fischer from Saltus scored from outside the box to secure the win for the Blue Team. Brangman and DaSilva were both named MVP for their respective teams.