Holy Family rule the city

Published: Friday | June 3, 2011 Comments 0
Ian Andrews (right), administrative director of INSPORTS, and LIME Special Projects Manager Stephen Price (second right) congratulate the Holy Family Primary School football team which defeated Balmagie Primary 2-0 to become the Kingston and St Andrew champions of the 2011 LIME/INSPORTS Primary League on Wednesday at the Bell Chung Oval in St Andrew. - Contributed
Ian Andrews (right), administrative director of INSPORTS, and LIME Special Projects Manager Stephen Price (second right) congratulate the Holy Family Primary School football team which defeated Balmagie Primary 2-0 to become the Kingston and St Andrew champions of the 2011 LIME/INSPORTS Primary League on Wednesday at the Bell Chung Oval in St Andrew. - Contributed

Holy Family Primary are champions of primary school football in the Corporate Area for another year.

They beat Balmagie Primary 2-0 in the LIME/INSPORTS Primary League Kingston and St Andrew final at Bell Chung Oval on Wednesday.

Prior to the renaming and expansion of the competition, Holy Family had won the Corporate Area title for the last six consecutive years and they added a seventh when Romain Bowers (16th) and Rayon Spence (52nd) scored in both halves.

Both teams have qualified for the all-island final round.

In the consolation third-place playoff, St Aloysius Primary edged Rollington Town Primary 5-4 on penalties after both played to a 2-2 draw.

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Middle Quarters hammered Sandy Bank 5-1 to record the biggest margin of victory in the St Elizabeth quarter-finals played at Independence Park, Black River.

Fullerswood also booked their spot with a narrow 1-0 win over Mountainside. Lacovia got the better of Hopewell 2-0. Brompton and Ballards Valley will meet in the other quarter-final, with the semi-finals and final set for June 9.

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