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Ladyville Japan & Brown Bombers lead Smart Mundialito football

The Brown Bombers and Ladyville “Japan” are leading the Smart Mundialito Under-15 football competition. Both are undefeated because Ladyville Japan held the Bombers to a scoreless draw in the third week of competition at the MCC Grounds on Saturday, October 13.

The Bombers now lead the tournament with 7pts. Sherwin Requeña led the Bombers to triumph 2-0 over Hattieville United Youth Sports Club the week before, scoring the first winning goal in the first half, and adding a second goal in the second half. Requeña was also the author of the Bombers’ first winning goal in their 2-0 victory over Ladyville Jaguars in their Smart Mundialito debut.

Cameron Diego added a second goal for the 2-0 win.

The Ladyville “Japan” is ranked second with 5pts as Angel Gutierrez had scored the winning goal for their 1-0 victory over the City Boys Juniors in their mundialito debut, but Jane Usher Boulevard team held them to a scoreless draw in the second week of the tournament.

Third World of the St Martin de Porres area is tied for second also with 5pts; they enjoyed their first victory when Marquis Conorquie scored both goals to lead the team to a 2-0 victory over Unity Rangers.

It was the Unity Rangers’ first loss.  They had held the Ladyville Jaguars to a scoreless stalemate the week before, and had also held the Hattieville United Youth Sports Club to a scoreless draw in their mundialito debut.

Third World has similarly drawn 0-0 with  St John Vianney in its second outing and 0-0 with Jane Usher Blvd. in their first outing.

Hattieville United Youth Sports Club is ranked fourth with 4pts as they triumphed 1-0 over the Young Stars in the second game of the afternoon, when Kenyon Lewis scored the winning goal on a deflection off the Young Stars’ goalkeeper.

It was the Young Stars’ first loss as they held the City Boys junior team to a scoreless draw in their second outing and drew 0-0 with St John Vianney in their mundialito debut.

City Boys Junior and St John Vianney are in a three way tie with Hattieville for fourth place. City Boya enjoyed their first victory: 1-0 over the Ladyville Jaguars when Keron Patnett scored the winning goal, while St. John Vianney enjoyed their first victory: 1-0 over Jane Usher Blvd, when Kenroy Linarez scored the winning goal.

The competition continues on Saturday, October 20.

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