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Scherini destroy rivals in youth league games

Scherini destroy rivals in youth league games

Scherini were totally unforgiving on Sunday in the Boys U14 Premier section of the Barclays ISF Youth Football League at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports as the event completed its 14th week of action.

Scherini, an off shoot of ASPECA orphanage, scored two big wins accounting for as many as 30 goals in all. In the first one, they hammered the second string of Appleton Wildcats 16-5 while in the second, Scherini wiped Sunshine clean 14-1.

In two other matches from the same category, The Blue Flag shot down Flying Dragons 18-3 and the Flying Tigers got past Appleton Wildcats 1’s 9-3. In the Boys U10 division The Seasiders 2’s larruped MJB 13-0, Hagar CLC declawed Flying Tigers 8-5, The Seasiders 1’s bashed ASPECA 13-0, Robas Rangers 2’s edged Sunrise 8-6, Robas Rangers 1’s drew 5-5 with Mekong Reds and The Seasiders 1’s beat Covehead Gunners 13-7.

Girls U14 Group A results saw Chak Kropop Po Mankol crush SocceRoos 12-3.

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