Seven matches set for this weekend; Grove Hi Tech in pole position

first_imgSEVEN matches will be contested in the East Bank Football Association leg of the GFF/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power U-17 Intra Association League this weekend at the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Training Centre, Providence, East Bank Demerara.Today, three matches would be contested from 12:00hrs when Hersteling Raiders face Samatta Point/Kaneville followed by a clash between Grove Hi Tech and Mocha Champs from 14:00hrs.In the final match today Diamond United will take on Swan Football Club of the Soesdyke/Linden Highway.Tomorrow from 09:00hrs, Grove Hi Tech will be in action once again, this time against Timehri Panthers ‘B’. Friendship All Stars will then oppose Swan FC from 11:00hrs; Samatta Point/Kaneville come up against Mocha Champs from 13:00hrs with the final match of the day from 15:00hrs between Timehri Panthers ‘A’ and Agricola Red Triangle.Meanwhile, in latest play from last Sunday, Grove Hi Tech edged Agricola Red Triangle 3-2 in a humdinger of a clash. Rasheed Evans had given Grove the lead in the 30th minute but Brian Lambert netted twice for Agricola in the 37th and 58th minutes to draw them level and then take the lead.But Grove fired back in like manner when Orwin Hunte equalised in the 60th minute, before a well-placed shot from Samuel Garnett seven minutes later ensured that Grove Hi Tech walked away with full points.Timehri Panthers ‘B’ and Samatta Point/Kaneville battled to a 2-2 draw. Panthers ‘B’ got their goals from Alvin Heralall in the 28th minute and Joel Williams in the 55th.Samatta Point/Kaneville’s goals came off the boot of Dustin Ifill 18th and Denzel Garraway in the 40th minute.Diamond United were in ripping form in their clash against Soesdyke Falcons, winning 9-0, on account of a helmet-trick from Romeo Bradford (7th, 19th. 34th, 46th), a hat-trick off the boot of Devil Gentle (24th, 55th, 70th) while there was one each for Daniel Da Costa (43) and Ronaldo Grant in the 57th minute.Mocha Champs and Hersteling Raiders took full points via walkover since their opponents, Swan, did not show up.On Saturday, Samatta Point/Kaneville trounced Soesdyke Falcons 6-0, thanks to a brace each from Kareem Richmond (32nd, 51st) and Denzil Garraway (36th, 40th).Timehri Panthers ‘B’ won by walkover from Friendship All Stars.last_img

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