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Villa wins again, Golden Grove make good start in Primary School Cup

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Villa maintained their successful start in the Primary School Cup league competition with a 3-1 victory over Pigotts Primary in their Group C encounter at the T. N. Kirnon playing field on Friday.

Goals by Shumba Thomas, Chevon Porter and Elijah Richards gave Villa their second win in as many matches after trouncing Parham Primary 4-0 in their opening encounter the previous week.

Adrien Fenton scored a consolation goal for Pigotts Primary in their second defeat in as many matches, having lost 5-0 to TN Kirnon in their first encounter.

Leon Cork scored four goals to spur T. N. Kirnon to a 7-1 victory over Parham. Ajay Barthley, Delroy Francis and Elliot Samuel were also on target for T. N. Kirnon which gave them their second win in as many matches.

Tevian Monroe scored a consolation goal for Parham.

Golden Grove made an impressive start to their Primary School Cup campaign by hammering Urlings 11-1 in Group A action at the Golden Grove playing field.

Deilin Pina scored four goals, Mekhi Nathan and Jahneen Jacobs each scored hat-tricks while Joshua Sanquintin converted the other goal for the victors who did not play during the opening week of matches.

Yuclean Mason recorded a hat-trick to take his season tally to five as Bendals primary continued their winning form by romping to a 5-0 victory over Jennings primary.

Isaiah Harvey and Mickyle Samuels were also on target for Bendals which recorded a 7-0 win against Urlings the previous week.

J. T. Ambrose prevailed 2-1 over Greenbay to record their first win of the competition. J. T. Ambrose lost 5-2 against Five Islands in their opening Group B encounter.

It was the first loss for Greenbay after they beat Potters 4-1 in their first game of the competition.

Five Islands made it two wins from two matches by securing a 6-3 victory against Potters primary.

Allister Nibbs and Rashan Samuel scored two goals each while Shamoy Chiddick and Nazeek Williamson each converted once for five Islands.

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