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GB Girls' Soccer League Standings and Scores as of January 21st, 2012
Jan 26, 2012 - 11:35:20 PM

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Freeport, Bahamas - The Grand Bahama Girls' Soccer Developmental League continues with action in three divisions. Still leading the Inagua division is Krosstown Courage, while The Bahamas Weekly leads the Gecko division, and JS Johnson is on top in the Curly Tail division.

Play continues this Saturday, January 28th at the Freeport Rugby Football Club.

Enclosed are Scores from January 21st, 2012 and the current Standings:

RESULTS OF THE GIRLS’ DEVELOPMENTAL SOCCER LEAGUE AFTER GAMES PLAYED January 21st, 2012  

IGUANA DIVISION  (13-17 YEARS OLD)  

Ocean Motion tied Municipal Motors 2-2

Rhumer Culmer and Antonique Hanna scored for Ocean Motion and Conor Low scored both goals for Municipal Motors. Elizabeth Pierson was awarded the assist on both  goals for Municipal Motors  

Piccadilly beat Show Off Gators by the score of 2-0

Destiny Gardiner and Jenaya Hield scored one goal each for Picadilly  

Krosstown tied Adnil Marine 0-0  

Coach Velma Hinds and her Krosstown Courage team has led the entire season. They still hold a one game lead. Can they hold it through the next two weeks?? Only time will tell!  

GECKO DIVISION (10-12 YEARS OLD)

Savemore beat Polymers by the score of 2-1

Scorers for Savemore : Sabrina Brown and Marissa Vietti

Polymer’s lone goal scorer was Jaleah Taylor  

Bahamas Weekly trounced Sawyers by the score of 5-0

Scorers for Bahamas Weekly: Carlie MacBrayer (3 goals), Abigail Simms (1) and Gabrielle Simms (1). Gabrielle Simms is the youngest player in the league. She is 8 years old and was moved up to this age division because of her advanced soccer skills.

CURLY TAIL DIVISION (7-9 YEARS OLD)

 Freeport Oil beat Mulligans Meat by the score of 12 - 5

J.S. Johnson tied Barefoot by the score of 9 - 5  
 


Iguana Division (13 yrs and up)

Teams Games

Played

Wins Draws Losses Goals

For

Goals

Against

Points
Kross-Town

Courage

11 7 3 1 21 8 24
Piccadilly Panthers 11 6 3 2 18 8 21
Show Off Gators 11 5 3 3 20 15 18
Municipal Motors 11 2 6 3 10 13 12
Adnil Marine 11 1 4 6 9 19 7
Ocean Motion 11 1 3 7 11 28 6

Gecko Division (10-12).

Teams Games Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Points
Bahamas Weekly 10 7 2 1 20 8 23
Sawyers 10 4 2 4 13 15 14
Savemore 10 3 2 5 11 17 11
Polymers 10 1 4 5 9 13 7

Curly Tail Division (9 yrs and under).

Teams Games Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Points
J.S. Johnson 11 8 1 2 76 44 25
Freeport Oil 11 7 0 4 45 49 21
Barefoot Marketing 11 3 1 7 50 69 10
Mulligan Meats 11 2 2 7 37 64 8
 
 

 

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