Perfect Saltus claim title
The Bermuda Football Association hosted its annual six and seven-a-side girls’ tournament at Shelly Bay Field on Tuesday.
A total of 21 teams from primary. middle and senior schools competed in the robin-robin competition. Saltus Grammar School finished with a perfect 4-0 record to win the senior school title.
Saltus failed to concede a goal on their way to winning the round-robin competition.
Saltus were confirmed winners after edging past Berkeley Institute 1-0 in a close encounter. The Berkeley Institute then defeated CedarBridge Academy 3-0 to claim second place. Jya Ratteray-Smith scored two goals, while Jadae Steede-Hill also found the net.
In the middle school competition, Whitney Institute were crowned champions after defeating Saltus Grammar School 1-0.
A strike from Shamiyah Burgess was all Whitney needed to avenge an earlier loss to Saltus in the group stages.
Whitney needed a penalty shoot-out to defeat T.N. Tatem Middle School in the semi-final.
Shye Blair Paynter gave Whitney the lead late in the first half. Tatem equalised with the last kick of the match when Katherine Bean Rosario scored a penalty.
Saltus made the final after a 1-0 win over Warwick Academy through a Brittany Pacheco goal.
Harrington Sound defeated Saltus Grammar School 1-0 to win the primary school title.
Kalila Daley scored the winning goal for the defending champions. Daley Was on target in the semi-final as well, as Harrington Sound overcame West Pembroke 2-1.
Jashae Trott scored the other goal for Harrington Sound, with Sioma Rudo scoring for West Pembroke. Tse Burgess and Avani Patton scored for Saltus in a 2-0 win over Purvis Primary in the other semi-final.
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