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Marjorie Basden Hammer TCIPS 10-0

The Marjorie Basden High School Female Team

A hattrick of goals from the fleetfooted Irener Moline and a brace each from Callie Hall and Syniah Forbes carried Marjorie Basden High to a whopping 10-0 win over the Providenciales-based TCIPS on Friday, October 6, in the female segment Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association (TCIFA) High School League, at the National Stadium.

Irener Moline

Moline, sporting the number 16 shirt, scored as early as the second minute of the encounter to give the South Caicos school the lead. She added a second goal in the 10th minute, then completed her treble in the 18th minute.

The number 11 Hall scored in the 19 and 33rd minute. Forbes registered her two goals in 37th and 39th minute. Number 9 player Kayley Hall, Crystal Baptiste and Tranee Wilson scored one goal each.

Kayley Hall scored in the 21st, Baptiste who is their goalkeeper, scored in the 30th minute, while Wilson, their number 4 player, scored in the 35th minute.

Moline was adjudged the player of the match for her team, while Gaelle Mitoura was adjudged the MVP for TCIPS.

Marjorie Basden also defeated British West Indies Collegiate 1-0 in another game on the day. Moline, again was the scorer in that game. Her goal came in the 13th minute of play.

Kayley Hall of Marjorie Basden High was adjudged MVP for her team, while Anika Harry was named the British West Indies Collegiate’s MVP.

The Clement Howell High School Girls Team

Raymond Gardiner High and A. Louise Garland Thomas High played to a 1-1 scoreline. It was the Raymond Gardiner Number 3 player, Natallia Robinson, who broke the deadlock in as early as the second minute of play, to give her team the lead. However, the ALGTHS’ number 11 player Sendia Marcel, ensured that her team shared the points when she converted in the 39th minute.

Krysann Williams scored all four goals for Clement Howell against TCIPS

Alecia Bobb of Raymond Gardiner High was named her team’s MVP, while Marcel of ALGTH was her team’s MVP.

TCIPS was again at the receiving end of another decimating score-line losing 0 -4 to Clement Howell High.

All four Clement Howell goals came from Krysann Williams, who opened her account in the 19th minute, extending her tally in the 23rd minute, completing her hattrick in the 25th minute, then went on to register her quadruple in the 38th minute.

Naturally, Williams was named MVP for Clement Howell, while Damendine Simplus was the MVP for TCIPS.



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