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System 3 snatches Under-17 Football title


Ian Sardine’s System 3 has once again claimed a national youth football title.{{more}}

Last Friday afternoon, System 3 retained the National Lotteries Authority National Club Championship Under-17 title, with an uncomplicated 3-0 win over Edge Solutions Campdonia-Chelsea at the Grammar School Playing Field.

In a repeat of the 2010 finals, System 3 maintained their dominance in youth football here for several years with two first half goals.

First, it was Azhino Solomon, who used his favourite left foot to net a free kick that left the Campdonia-Chelsea team without a clue of what was happening.

Then, Oalex Anderson doubled the lead with his opponents still trying to find their feet and formation.

A few sparks of brilliance by Campdonia-Chelsea’s Kemron Charles in the midfield was their lone consolation in the first half.

Kyle Edwards waded his way through the Campdonia-Chelsea’s defence mid way in the second half, to give System 3, their third goal, and another hold on national Under-17 Football supremacy.

In getting to the finals, System 3 blanked Positive Youths of Layou (PYOLA) 4-0, while Campdonia-Chelsea edged out Avenues, 1-0, in the semi-finals.

System 3 joined Avenues in the Premier Division and Carib Warriors in the First Division, as the divisional winners of the National Club Championships.

At the brief Presentation Ceremony which followed the final, PYOLA’s Leamus Christopher was named the Best GoalKeeper on show, with Avenues’ Danroy Edwards adjudged the Best Defender.

Oalex Anderson, of System 3, who was the competition’s leading goal scorer, was voted the Best Striker. The top individual award went to System 3’s Azihno Solomon. (RT)