Last Weekend’s Football Updates

* Volcanoes defeated Carapan FC 4-nil yesterday in the Hairoun Stubbs Football Championship at the Stubbs Playing Field.

* Star Blocks beat defending champions, Diamond 6-5 on penalty kicks following a goalless draw at the end of regulation time.

Tomorrow, Volcanoes FC will play against GECCU Awesome FC of Calliaqua in the first semi-final at 4:30 pm also at the Stubbs Playing Field.

* Wilron Joseph netted two goals to give Third Word Richmond Hill United a 2-1 victory over Toney’s FC (B) yesterday afternoon in a First Division Group (B) match of the COMSPORT/KPMG/Hairoun Arnos Vale Football League at Arnos Vale (2) Playing Field. Toney’s FC (B)’s goal was scored by Otis Matthews.

* On Saturday Hope International (B) defeated Cato’s Heavy Equipment Strike Force 2-1 also. Kalique Hunte and Noel Mc Kie scored a goal each for Hope International (B) and the goal for Cato’s Heavy Equipment Strike Force was scored by Cordis Olliver.

Today at 4:30 pm, National Properties Fair Hall United will meet Cato’s Heavy Equipment Strike Force also Arnos Vale (2) Playing Field.

A-DARE, United Strikers, Coreas Distribution and BRAGSA gained victories yesterday afternoon in the Digicel/Aeropost St. Vincent Brewery Breakaway Firms Invitational Football Championships at the Grammar School Playing Field.

* In the Agricultural Input Warehouse Under-16 Knockout Competition, A-DARE defeated Volcanoes 2-nil after goals by Kamal Griffith.
SHA-KEEM Greaves and Jason Parsons scored a goal each as United Strikers beat Central Shooters 2-nil, also in the Agricultural Input Warehouse Knockout.

Corea’s Distribution won from KFC 1-nil. Jamal Yorke scored the goal in the Senior Division match, in which BRAGSA won also from Digicel by default.

* Last Saturday, A-DARE beat Chelsea 3-2 on penalty kicks after a goalless draw in regulation time, and Central Shooters also had a 3-2 victory on penalty kicks after either team failed to score in regulation time.

* Those matches were in the Agricultural Input Warehouse Under-16 Knock-out Competition, while in the Senior Division Knock-out, the Ministry of Education had a 5-3 win on penalty kicks over National Fisher Folks, after being goalless in regulation time, and CK Greaves defeated Massy Stores 2-1.

At 4:30 this afternoon, VINLEC will oppose Bonadie’s also at the Grammar School Playing Field.

* Country Meet Town Out-Ah Trouble defeated Richland Park Pride and Joy (1) 4-2 on penalties following a four all draw at the end of regulation time to clinch this year’s Hairoun Richland Park 9-a-side Football Championship at the Richland Park Oval yesterday.

* Earlier, Tallawahs beat Everready Downstreet 2-1 to win the third place.

* Junior Hector of Hard Knock Boys and Malik Castello of Richland Park Pride and Joy (2) received Awards for the Most Promising Players.

* The Best Goal-Keeper was Anthony Hazell of Richland Park Pride and Joy (1), while Marlon Scrubb also of Richland Park Pride and Joy (1) was the Best Defender.

* Jarrel Mac Master of Country Meet Town Out-Ah Trouble with (27) goals was the top goal scorer. He was also the Most Valuable Player of the Championship.

13 teams took part in this year’s Championship.




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