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Week 5 and Semifinals results in BDFA  U17 & U20 Male Tournaments

SportsWeek 5 and Semifinals results in BDFA  U17 & U20 Male Tournaments

BELIZE CITY, Wed. June 29, 2022

   With Week 5 games scheduled for Saturday, June 18, being postponed due to rain, these games were played last week Thursday, June 23, to complete the one-round regular season of the Belize District Football Association’s (BDFA) branch of the Football Federation of Belize’s (FFB) U17 & U20 Regional Male Elite Youth Tournament 2022. The first-leg games of the BDFA Semifinals were then played this past Saturday, June 25. All games were played at the Marion Jones Sports Complex, with game 1 at 10:00 a.m., game 2 at 12:00 noon, game 3 at 2:00 p.m., and game 4 at 4:00 p.m.

Week 5 results

Thursday, June 23

   (U17) Sampson Academy, 5-3, over Ladyville Rising Stars. Sampson Academy goals – Kyle Hemsley (15’), Kenyon Pratt (24’), Tyrese Young (37’), Keydenshay Bowen (57’) and Tayshawn Broaster (71’). Rising Stars goals – Kenrick Timmons (17’ & 66’) and Steven Rivera (63’). 

KeydenShay Bowen of U17 Sampson Academy, by W. Ysaguirre

   (U20) Hattieville United, 6-3, over Gwen Lizarraga. Hattieville goals – Calvin Thomas (11’ & 41’), Kenyon Smith (15’ & 26’), Benito Juarez (38’) and Michael Martinez (43’). Gwen Liz goals – Aaron Nicholson (3’), Raymond Gentle (64’) and Jamal Myers (71’).

   (U20) Ladyville Rising Stars, 11-4, over Yourth & Sports in Edu. Rising Stars goals – Keshawn Gordon (1’, 16’, 36’, 52’ & 59’), Antoine Banks (8’), Augustine Smith (28’ & 37’) and Farnell Banks (48’, 62’ & 72’). Youth & Sports goals – Dencil Henderson (18’ & 60’), Enijah Augustine (55’) and Dimitry Augustine (76’).

   (U17) Hattieville United, 2-1, over Lake-I FC. Hattieville goals – Enoch Rhaburn (67’) and Jaheed Baptist (86’). Lake-I goal – Lawnie Leslie (19’). 

   Final regular season standings below:  

U17 MALESGPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
Warriors FC44001941512
Sampson Academy4301151059
Ladyville Rising Stars420214956
Hattieville United YSC4103101003
Gwen Lizaraga 4004525-200
         
U20 MALESGPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
Hattieville United YSC44002671912
Lake- I FC430114869
Warriors FC420216796
Ladyville Rising Stars4103161513
Youth & Sports Edu.40041146-350

   The first leg of the home-and-away semifinal series (#1 vs #4 and #2 vs #3) was played this past Saturday, June 25, with the below results.

Semifinals Leg 1 results

Saturday, June 25

   (U17) Warriors FC, 2-0, over Hattieville United. Warriors FC goals – Shemar Thomas (29’) and Raul Lopez (35’).

   (U17) Ladyville Rising Stars, 4-3, over Sampson Academy. Rising Stars goals – Kenrick Gordon (14’), Marco Serrano (56’ & 85’) and Kenrick Timmons (66’). Sampson Academy goals – Tayshawn Broaster (6’), Keydenshay Bowen (34’ & 78’).

   (U20) Hattieville United, 5-1, over Ladyville Rising Stars. Hattieville goals – Jaheed Baptist (26’ & 77’), Enoch Rhaburn (31’ & 62’) and Nigel Matus (75’). Ladyville goal – Kyllor Kerr (22’).

   (U20) Warriors FC, 2-1, over Lake-I FC. Warriors goals – Eshak King (64’) and Ken Galvez (82’). Lake-I goal – Lawnie Leslie (27’).

   The decisive second leg of the semifinals is this weekend at the Marion Jones Sports Complex.

   Semifinals Leg 2 schedule:

Saturday, July 2

10:00 a.m. – (U17) Warriors FC vs Hattieville United

12:00 noon – (U17) Sampson Academy vs Ladyville Rising Stars

2:00 p.m. – (U20) Hattieville United vs Ladyville Rising Stars

4:00 p.m. – (U20) Lake-I FC vs Warriors FC

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