Hat Trick for KFC St. Stephen’s in BICO Primary School’s Football Competition

Three consecutive victories! These are the impressive results recorded by KFC St.Stephen’s who have given notice to the other teams participating in the Bico Primary School’s Football Competition that they intend to make it to this year’s finals… and win once more.

The team’s first scheduled match against Sharon Primary was won by default but when KFC St.Stephen’s took to the field of play they made sure that they convincingly defeated their opponents.

Josiah Hinds beating the Good Shepherd Primary School Goal Keeper on the way towards scoring one of his two goals for KFC St.Stephen’s who convincingly won the game 8-0.

St. Silas Primary was humbled 4-0 with Captain, Kiserian Adams netting one while the other contributions came from forwards Josiah Hinds (two) and Jaedon Moore (one).

On Wednesday (May 18, 2011) KFC St.Stephen’s continued their winning streak trouncing Good Shepherd Primary 8-0 in a commanding and impressive display of football. Forwards Hinds and Moore lead the way with two goals each and Kiserian Adams, Matteo Menal, Tresanee Goodridge and Thai Moore also added their names to the score sheet with one goal each.

Captain, Kiserian Adams is delighted with the progress of the team:

Marketing Coordinator at KFC, Shekelia Barrow is on the ball with St.Stephen’s Captain Kiserian Adams. Goal Keeper Jevon Richardson is stooping in front while the other team mates warm up under the instruction of Coach of KFC Stephen’s, Jeremy Browne who is standing at the right.

We have worked really hard to prepare for this year’s competition because we want to ensure we come out on top…we have been to the finals for the last two years but this year we want to win. We are happy that KFC has given us uniforms, water bottles and training equipment and we want to make them as well as our school, teachers and parents proud.”

KFC St.Stephen’s will face St.James Primary tomorrow (20 May 2011) at 10:30 a.m. at the Trents playing field.

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