There will be a new football champion in the nation’s capital, after Flow Lancers FC drew 0-0 with VSADC on Wednesday.
Lancers will not even make it into the top two, and will therefore fail to compete in the national club league. Heading into the match, Lancers were on nine points and needed a victory to move to 12, which would have placed them second on goal difference.
Instead, VSADC and Lancers are now level on 10 points. VSADC need to beat leaders NYAH in their final match on Sunday to secure one of the two places for qualification to the national club league. If NYAH win, Police (on 12 points) will qualify in second. Acton resumes on Saturday when FC Pioneers and Valley Soccer play their last match of the tournament. On Sunday the city rivalry between NYAH and VSADC will decide the tournament’s winner.
Anse La Raye
At the Anse La Raye Playing Field, All Stars came up against the Anse La Raye Under-18’s. All-Stars won 4-0, with recent national debutant Erickson Reid scoring twice, as did the tournament’s leading scorer, Jemmi Mauricette. Mauricette now has nine goals.
The Plante’s Place Senior Football Competition continues this weekend with the semifinal matches at the Dennery Playing Field. On Saturday, PITON TRAVEL YOUNG STARS will play WISDOM 18 PLUS from 4pm. On Sunday, ON THE ROCK STRIKERS will do battle withWHITE HOUSE from 4pm.
On Wednesday, Morne Bois Den United defeated Bordelias 2-0, with goals from Don Pierre (62nd) and Tommy Descartes (69th). The last game in the round robin stage is Friday between Patience Youth Organization and Lumbard Youth Organization at the Wenn Playing Field.