Clement Howell, Wesley Methodist Lead Inter-High Boys Competition



Junior Louis of Elite netted four goals against Marjorie Basden


Clement Howell and Wesley Methodist topped their respective groups at end of last weekend’s round of matches in the Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association (TCIFA) Inter-High School Male Competition.


In Zone A, Wesley Methodist and Raymond Gardiner are on nine points from their four games, but Wesley Methodist have a superior goal different. Wesley Methodist scored a whopping 13 goals and conceding a mere two, while Raymond Gardiner scored nine goals and conceded seven.



Clement Howell High

Both teams lost one game. HJ Robinson are in third place with six points, winning two games from their four outings. They scored seven goals and conceded six. British West Indies Collegiate lost all four games, scoring a solitary goal, while conceding 11.


Clement are perfect from their four games in Group A. They scored 13 goals and conceded two. Elite are in second place on seven points from their four games, winning two, drawing one and losing the other. They scored nine goals and conceded eight.



Louise Garland Thomas High

Louise Garland Thomas, from their four games, won one, and losing three. They scored five goals and conceded seven. Marjorie Basden High are at the bottom of the table with just one point from their four games played. They scored four goals and have 12 goals scored against them.


Wesley Methodist lead zone A on goal average.

In the opening game on Saturday, October 8, Raymond Gardiner outscored Wesley Methodist 4-2 in the day’s opener at at 9a.m., which saw Ronaldo Registre grabbing a hattrick and Poteinsky Dumesle registering a double.


Registre netted in the 24th, 25th, 38th and 48th minutes. Dumesle scored in the 22nd and 39th minute. Registre was named MVP for Raymond Gardiner, while Dumesle was the MVP for Wesley Methodist.



Raymond Gardiner High are on 9 points with Wesley Methodist, but with an inferior goal difference.

In one of the two games played at 11a.m., Clement Howell High defeated Elite 4-0.


In the other game, Louise Garland Thomas High scored a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Marjorie Basden High. Marco Williams got Marjorie Basden going in the 17th minute, only to be cancelled out in the 29th minute by Sonjay Aimes, with Deans St. Hilaire scoring the go-ahead goal in the 34th minute.


Anios Jean was named MVP for Louise Garland Thomas, while Mekhi Harvey was the MVP for Marjorie Basden.



Elite High are in second place in Zone B.

Two more games were played at 12p.m. In one encounter, Wesley Methodist blanked HJ Robinson High 3-0.


In the other game, Raymond Gardiner High School clipped British West Indies Collegiate 2-1. Ronaldo Registre opened the scoring in the first minute for Raymond Gardiner, while Juvensle Joseph scored in the 41st minute. Juan David Morales scored for BWIC. Dwayne Robinson was the MVP for Raymond Gardiner, while George Parnell was the MVP for BWIC.



Marjorie Basden High

In the 1p.m. double, Clement Howell came from Behind to clip Louise Garland Thomas High 2-1, with Hency Gedeon and Walking Pierre getting the winning goals. It was Sonlay Aimes, who opened the scoring, but Gedeon equalized in the 47th minute, with Pierre getting the winning goal two minutes later.

David Vilus was the Clement Howell MVP, while Aimes was voted MVP for Louise Garland Thomas.


British West Indies Collegiate

In the other match-up, Elite trounced Marjorie Basden High 5-1, with Junior Louis scoring a double brace and Wendy Mervenz scoring the other. Louis scored as early as the second minute, then the 12th, 19th, and 23rd minute. Mervenz scored in the 47the minute. Mekhi Harvey scored Marjorie Basden’s consolation goal in the 50th minute.

Louis was named MVP for Elite, while Harvey was Marjorie Basden’s MVP.


In the 2p.m. double, Wesley Methodist blanked British West Indies Collegiate 2-0, with Poteinsky Dumesle and Wepsdel Saintilus scoring in the 7th and 49th minute respectively. Saintilus was named MVP for Wesley Methodist, while Adreas Gibbs was the BWIC MVP.


In the other game, Raymond Gardiner High shutout HJ Robinson High 3-0.


The competition continues this weekend with girls and boys matches.



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