Kaihiam Thomas scored a hat-trick and teammates Real Gill, Daniel David, Tyrique Sutherland, De Shawn Strong and John Jardel added a goal each on Saturday to give San Juan Jabloteh an 8-0 win over Defence Force in the Under-13 division in Round One Match Day Eight of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League.
National Youth League
San Juan Jabloteh continued their winning ways in the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League last Sunday with wins over Caledonia AIA in the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 divisions at the San Juan North Secondary School Ground in Round One Match Day Seven.
Isa Bramble scored a second half winner to earn Club Sando a narrow 1-0 win over visiting Defence Force at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium Training Field on Wednesday in a rescheduled Round One Match Day Three Under-15 fixture of the Malta Carib Youth Pro League 2015.
Club Sando Under-13s finally registered their first win with a 4-0 result over North East Stars in Round One Match Day Six of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League last Sunday.
Justin Araujo-Wilson scored a first half brace, then completed a beaver-trick in the second in netting all six goals in a Defence Force 6-0 rout over Club Sando in the Under-13 division of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League on Sunday.
San Juan Jabloteh Under-13 outfit equalled their biggest win of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League season on Sunday by defeating Club Sando 12-1 – the same score achieved against Police FC on 15 March – before completing the day's trifecta with 2-1 and 5-0 wins in the Under-15 and Under-17 divisions respectively.
Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh maintained its record as being the lone club with a 100 per cent winning record across all three divisions of the Malta Carib Youth Pro League when matches continued on Sunday.
Krishorn Alexander got the decisive goal as Police FC came from behind to edge Central FC 2-1 to go top of the Malta Carib 2015 Youth Pro League at the St James Police Barracks Training Ground, Long Circular Road, St James on Saturday.
The 2015 Malta Carib Youth Pro League season, which is already in progress, will again be an all-male affair.