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Key figures back INSPORTS Portmore Little League Football

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Photo: Bridgeport (green and yellow) and Holy Spirit (burgundy) in action during the inaugural INSPORTS Portmore Little League Football at Ferdie Neita Park on May 14, 2014. Holy Spirit won 3-0.


Kingston, Jamaica – The inaugural INSPORTS Portmore Little League Football got underway May 14 with Acting Mayor His Worship Leon Thomas, Director of Football Vin Blaine and President of the St Catherine FA Peter Reid, all giving the competition their full support.


The Mayor called on Corporate Jamaica especially those in the Portmore Municipality to support the programme, vowing to ensure its longevity once he remains in his current seat of power.


Blaine commended the Institute of Sports for advancing the initiative, while cautioning the parents and coaches not to place any undue pressure on the little ones.


Meantime in matches played on the day at Ferdie Neita Park: Harvest Temple drew 1-1 with Aintree; Holy Spirit blanked Bridgeport 3-0; Jahiem Pinnock scored twice, as Portsmouth drubbed Glowell 4-0, while Elim and Silverstone ended 1-1.


In matches scheduled for May 16 at Ferdie Neita Park: Harvest Temple play Child Plus; Faith Assembly go up against Waterford; Aintree square-off with Bridgeport; Holy Spirit face-off with Braeton; Sabina challenge Portsmouth and Elim meet Reliance.


Abbreviated results:


Harvest Temple 1 – 1 Aintree

Bridgeport 0 – 3 Holy Spirit


Portsmouth 4 – 0 Glowell

Jahiem Pinnock (2)

Elim 1 – 1 Silverstone

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