Top Performers Awarded In Primary School Football League

By: Curtis Morton

(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS)– On Thursday, November 13, 2014, the finals of the 2014 Primary Schools Football league were held at the ET Willet Park.

St. James' Primary with trophy--PEO Palsy Wilkin also present
St. James’ Primary with trophy–PEO Palsy Wilkin also present

St. James’ Primary gained a historic victory in the B Division finals, by beating St.Thomas’ Primary 2 goals to nil and Charlestown Primary, edged out defending champions Ivor Walters Primary in a thriller, to lift the A division championship, with a score line of 2 goals to 1.

Immediately after the final match, the top performers in the tournament received their awards.

The brief ceremony was chaired by Director of Sports, Mr. Jamir Claxton and the awards were presented by the Junior Minister of Sports, Hon. Hazel Brandy-Williams and Principal Education Officer, Mrs. Palsy Wilkin.

Also addressing the persons present, was Sports Coordinator in the Ministry of Education, Ms Michelle Sutton.

The awards were presented as follows:

A division
Champion team—Charlestown Primary
Runner up—Ivor Walters Primary
Best Goal keeper—Vibert Stephens
Best defender—Omarion Bartlette
Best midfielder—Damari Mitchell
Golden boot—Jaheem Bartlette
CPS outstanding player—Shevon Brand
MCPS outstanding player—Carlon Tuckett
IWPS outstanding player—Damari Mitchell
STPS outstanding player—Tisean Wilkin
JLPS outstanding player—Rhion Solomon
EPPS outstanding player—Analeel Glasgow
MVP—Damari Mitchell

B division
Champion team—St.James’ Primary
Runners up—St.Thomas’ Primary
Best goalkeeper—Nigel Semple
Best defender—Aizorre Jones
Best midfielder—Jahmain Bartlette
Golden boot—Jahmain Bartlette
IWPS outstanding player—Jahmain Bartlette
STPS outstanding player-Jaheem Isles
JLPS outstanding player—Nikkolon Liburd
EPPS outstanding player—Romario Morgan
VOJN outstanding player—Shaeem Roberts
SJPS outstanding player—Juri Jeffers
Nevis Academy outstanding player—Ayinde George
MVP—Tyr Jeffers

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