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The unbeaten Anguilla team were crowned Champions of the FA’s U15 Boys Triangular Tournament at the weekend after they defeated the BVI 1-0 in the final game competition at East End / Long Look on Sunday 16th April.

Going into the game, the hosts had to record a win to catch the Anguillans who had already won their three games played, including a 2-0 victory over the BVI, and two wins, 1-0 and 3-1 against the third team in the tournament, the USVI.

Ultimately it proved a step too far for the BVI as they went down 1-0 to finish second, whilst the USVI were third.

In earlier games, the BVI recorded a double over the USVI, with Othniel Gillings scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win that set up the grand finale with Anguilla. The BVI had opened the tournament with a 6-0 victory over the same opponents, with kyle Farrington scoring twice, and Temauri Nanton, Blake Kirk, Gillings, along with Jaheim Bijai once.

The BVI were then downed 0-2 by Anguilla, who also recorded two victories over the USVI, 1-0 and 3-1.

The individual award winners were

Golden boot 6 – Nicholson Millington 2 (Othniel Gillings and kyle Farrington also on 2 but millington was in winning team)

Golden glove – shemar Browne Anguilla

MVP – Otneill Gillings BVI

“Our first event was a great success in terms of organization and the quality of football on display.” Commented FA Technical Director, Dan Neville. “I would like to especially thank Anguilla and the USVI for travelling over and all three teams performed admirably both on and off the field, with every game very competitive. I’d also like to thank everyone that made the event possible and in particular Juliana Luke, Cass Gregg, coaches Jeffry Demming, Javon Carty, Morris Mark, Tinnie Percival, Guillame Parkins and Levon Henry, our hosts Marias by the Sea and our caterers, Happy Lion, Tigers and Midtown diner and our trophy provider De Castros.We intend on making the event a yearly occurrence and will look to expand to eight teams in 2024”