Andrew Trace Fourth Generation Football Club have emerged champions of the Under-18 boys division of the 2017 RBC Royal Bank West Penn Community Youth Football League.
Andrew Trace topped the league standings with 19 points recently, winning six of their seven matches and drawing one. Former champions Goodwood Eagles settled for the runners-up position, with Green Hill/Bagatelle placing third. Nine teams competed in the division, with two not finishing the competition.
St James Youth Football Club ran away with the Under-18 girls title, winning all five of their matches. Diego Central placed second in the Under-18 girls division, with St Lucien Strikers ending in third position. Six teams participated in this division.
In the Under-15 boys division, Quarry Street Football Club emerged victorious in the league by a single point, winning three of their five matches, drawing one and losing one. St Joseph FC were runners-up with Big Valley placing third among the six teams.
The main objective of the RBC West Penn Community Youth Football League is to engage the youths of the western peninsula in positive activities.