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Belize District U-15 Football Tournament Week 1 results

BELIZE CITY, Mon. Nov. 2, 2015–The Interim Committee of the Belize District Football Association kicked off its U-15 football tournament yesterday, Sunday, November 2, at the MCC Grounds. Nine (9) teams are participating in the tournament, and 4 games are scheduled for each week, with 1 team getting a rest.

In game 1 yesterday, City Boys dropped Carlston Strikers, 4-1. Akeem Sutherland struck twice for City Boys, with Jalen Babb and Denroy Lopez adding 1 each for the winners; while Cron Augustine got the lone goal for Carlston Strikers.

Game 2 saw Collet Strikers edging Ladyville Jaguars, 2-1, with a goal each from Wayne Ford and Tyrel Estrada, while Lyndon Flowers scored for Ladyville Jaguars.

In the scheduled game 3, Berger United won by default over Ladyville Rising Stars.

And in game 4, Smart Brown Bombers and Hattieville River Side Boys played to a 2-2 tie. Eshak King got both goals for the Bombers, while Jadon McGregor also struck twice for Hattieville.

Week 2 schedule:
Sunday, November 8
10:00 a.m. – Face of Belize vs Carlston Strikers
11:10 a.m. – Smart Brown Bombers vs Ladyville Jaguars
12:15 p.m. – Ladyville Rising Stars vs Collect Strikers
1:20 p.m. – Hattieville River Side Boys vs City Boys

Berger United will be resting.

(Information courtesy Ms. Barbara Cadle)

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