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Kevon Goddard lead Joe Public U-15s to an extremely comfortable 9-0 win over Police FC with a first half hattrick at the Marvin Lee Stadium on Sunday in Round One Match Day Ten of the 2011 Oasis Youth Pro League.

Goddard opened the scoring in the 10th minute and followed up with items in the 11th and 19th minutes, before Akil Thomas added a pair with goals in the 26th and 36th minutes to enjoy a 5-0 comfort at the break. Deshon Daniel (40th minute), Corey Stewart (55th minute), Kellon Valdez (71st minute) and Jamal Lawrence (78th minute) then notched an item each in the second period adding to the bottom of the table Police’s misery.

Police sits in the cellar spot with just one point after nine games, two points less than 10th positioned Ma Pau SC on the standings led by W Connection, which was inactive in Match Day Ten.

Connection stands at the top with 27 points, followed by Adam’s Construction San Juan Jabloteh (24 points) in second and Caledonia AIA (21 points) in third.

Jabloteh joined the winners row in the U-15 games on Sunday with a 3-0 win over Defence Force thanks to an Akeem Garcia double (24th and 61st minutes) netting on either side of the half, and an opening item by Daniel Banfield (20 minute).

In other U-15 matches, Ma Pau SC enjoyed a 3-1 win over North East Stars; T&TEC whipped Caledonia 3-0; and St. Ann’s Rangers slapped a 5-1 win over FC SouthEnd.

Joe Public and Jabloteh also registered victories in the U-13 and U-17 divisions.

Jesse Joseph was in brilliant form netting in the 19th, 29th and 63rd minutes to end with a hattrick in Public’s 3-0 U-13 victory over Police as his side stands in second position with 21 points, four behind leaders W Connection and two points ahead of Caledonia, Rangers and Jabloteh.

Joe Public continued its dominance at the U-17 level with nine from nine games with a 5-1 victory over Police. Marcus Gomez (3rd and 60th minutes) and Garvin Samaroo (58th and 78th minutes) registered doubles which were separated by Seth Holder’s 55th minute item. Darion Findley pulled a goal back for Police in the 72nd minute but that wasn’t enough to turn the tide.

Joe Public enjoys 27 points at the top of the standings followed by Rangers in second and Jabloteh third, both with 19 points.

Rangers registered a 7-1 win over SouthEnd and Jabloteh a 2-1 win over Defence Force with one match day remaining in Round One.

2011 Oasis Youth Pro League
Full Round One Match Day Ten results

Under 13

T&TEC 0—1 Caledonia AIA
Emmanuel Guerra (68’)
Defence Force 0—1 San Juan Jabloteh
Jamali Moses (47’)

FC SouthEnd 1—1 St. Ann’s Rangers
Joshua Isaac (8’)  ;  Levi Ashton (70’)

Joe Public 3—0 Police FC
Jesse Joseph (19’), (29’), (63’)

Ma Pau 2—0 North East Stars
Adam Uddenberg (10’), Cody Ferreira (29’)

Under 15

T&TEC 3—0 Caledonia AIA
Dominic Joseph Jangoo (40’), Adriel Kerr (53’), Aaron Noel (74’)

Defence Force 0—3 San Juan Jabloteh
Daniel Banfield (20’), Akeem Garcia (24’), (61’)

FC SouthEnd 1—5 St. Ann’s Rangers
Andal Samora (78’)  ;  Omari George (7’), Ebumouwa Simeon (19’), Marquise Hoyte (46’), Sean Bonval (52’), Jamal Philbert (72’)

Joe Public 9—0 Police FC
Kevon Goddard (10’), (11’), (19’), Akil Thomas (26’), (36’), Deshon Daniel (40’), Corey Stewart (55’), Kellon Valdez (71’), Jamal Lawrence (78’)

Ma Pau 3—1 North East Stars
Nkosi Walkes (2’), Dylan Akal (45’), Ross Cabral (77’)  ;  Andell Jones (35’)

Under 17

T&TEC 3—1 Caledonia AIA
Akil Pears (23’), Akeem Julien (33’), Keron Branche (43’)  ;  Andell Andrews (80’)

Defence Force 1—2 San Juan Jabloteh
Simon Bhagwatsingh (2’)  ;  Justin Garcia (22’), Aaquil Campbell (26’)

FC SouthEnd 1—7 St. Ann’s Rangers
Jomoul Francios (78’)  ;  Jamil Young (6’), Dylon King (9’), Jemel Berot (29’), (38’), Lemuel Scott (32’), (72’), Kye West (59’)

Joe Public 5—1 Police FC
Marcus Gomez (3’), (60’), Seth Holder (55’), Garvin Sanaroo (58’), (78’)  ; Darion Findley (72’)

Ma Pau 2—1 North East Stars
Isaiah Williams (19’), Trevin Latapy (48’)  ;  Jameel Sempel (73’)