Mac Donald College wins Star Malt Secondary School Football Tournament. Picture Credits: Fb accounts

Mac Donald College wins Star Malt Secondary School Football Tournament

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Grenada Football Association extends congratulations to Mac Donald College on winning the Star Malt Secondary School Football Tournament Power 8 Knockout final on Friday, 24th November 2023.

Mac Donald College defeated Boca Secondary School with a score of 2-0 at Queens Park Playing Field.

The match was begun at 3:00 pm.

In the semi-final of the Star Malt Secondary School Football Tournament, Mac Donald College edged out Happy Hill Secondary School by 1 to 0.

The goal scorer from Mac Donald College was Rahim Raeburn, who scored 1 goal for his team.

Meanwhile, the second semi-final was conducted between Boca Secondary School and St. John’s Christian Secondary School at Tempe Playing Field. The second semi-final was won by Boca Secondary School with a score of 4-0.

The goal scorers from Boca Secondary School:

– Daniel Mitchell scored three goals for his team

– Deondre Smith was able to contribute to only one team.

Thus, the players of St. John’s Christian Secondary School fought hard, but no player was able to score a goal for their team.

Moreover, the semi-final of the Star Malt Secondary School Football Tournament for junior boys was conducted on Wednesday, 22nd November 2023.

The two matches were played at 3:00 pm in two different locations.

One semi-final match was played between Presentation Brother’s College and Happy Hill Secondary College at Queens Park.

The player who scored a goal for Happy Hill Secondary School was Kyle Frederick, who scored two goals, Kasimir Jones and Aiden Sameul contributed 1 goal for their team, respectively.

The goal scorer from Presentation Brother’s College was Aiden Samuel, who scored 1 goal for their team.

Thus, Happy Hill Secondary School won the first semi-final with a score of 4-1.

Meanwhile, the other game was conducted between St. Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School and Mac Donald College at Progress Park.

St. Andrew Anglican Secondary School won the second semi-final and edged out Mac Donald College by 1 to 0.

The goal scorer from St. Andrew Anglican Secondary School was Delron John, who scored one goal for his team.

While no player from Mac Donald College from Junior Boys was able to score a goal for their team. Due to this, they could not reach the finals of the tournament.