Weekend Community Football Roundup

Weekend Community Football Roundup

Mon Repos

Senior Club Football competition continued on Saturday with Grass Street Sports Club beating Lumbard Youth and Sports Club 6-2. They were led by a beaver-trick from Cory Serieux (25th, 35th, 40th, 80th) and goals from Gelan Raymond (37th) and Slyvious Stephen (70th). The consolation goals for Lumbard came from Yanniel Monrose (56th) and Jelani Ishmeal( 83rd).

On Sunday, an exciting contest between two evenly matched teams, Bordelais Correctional and Challengers Sports Club. The game finished 1-0 in favour of Bordelais Correctional thanks to Greg Valcin in the 80th minute.

Games continue Monday with Morne Bois Den United coming up against La Pointe 4H at 4pm at the Wenn Playing Field


Plante’s Place Senior Football continued at the Dennery Playing Field on Saturday, On The Rock Strikers beating Seria 4-2, having led at one point 4-0. Goal Scorers for Strikers were Marlon Gilbert, Jonathan Camille (two goals) and Mervin Prince. Goal scorers for Seria were Nicholas Leon and substitute Tristan Gideon.

On Sunday PITON TRAVEL YOUNG STARS defeated WHITE HOUSE by 2:0. Anthony Joseph converted for Piton Travel Young Stars from the penalty shot while Detroy John doubled the lead ten minutes later with a spectacular goal from outside the 18 yard area.

The completion continues on Monday with WISDOM 18 PLUS taking on HILLTOP BALLERS from 4:30 pm at the Dennery Playing field.


The quarterfinal round of the registration league was completed on Sunday. Ti Rocher FC and Lionheart booked the last two semifinal places by recording victories over Rising Stars and La Cour Ville respectively.

In the first game of Sunday’s double header, Lionheart eased past neighbours La Cour Ville, 3 goals to nil. Goal Scorers for Lionheart were Dilian Joseph in the 11th minute, Dermal Simon in the 63rd minute and Lance Sammy in the 74th minute.

In the second game of the day, the winner had to be decided from the penalty spot after goalless regulation time. Last year’s knockout champions, Ti Rocher FC, edged past the league champions Rising Stars 2-1 on penalties after several saves from both goalkeepers.

The semifinals are now set for next week, when Small Axe will play Blanchard United and Ti Rocher FC will play Lionheart.

Gros Islet

The Promotional Competition continued on Sunday at the Corinth Playing Field with two games.

Super J Northern United beat Monchy 7-0. At halftime, Super J Northern United were up 4-0 with goals from Aramis Lorde in the 2nd minute, Elijah Louis in the 14th, Nicholas Lawrence in the 17th and Everton Lambert in the 23rd. In the second half, it was Aramis again, joined by John Perry with two goals in the 57th and 60th.

The second game featured GMC vs Dominators. GMC took the lead 1-0 with a goal from Adam Gaston in the 39th minute, and won by that score.


Flow Lancers FC and VSADC registered convincing wins over the weekend in the CFC SLFA Registration Tournament. On Sunday afternoon reigning CFC Super League champions Flow Lancers registered a comfortable 4-1 victory over Valley Soccer. Player coach Trevor “Crazy” Daniel scored from the penalty spot in the 21st, Timothy “African” Abel made it 2 nil eight minutes later and Lynch “Zegear” Isidore ensured that his team went 3 nil up at the interval.

Azan Daniel, a VSA academy attendee and student of Saint Mary’s College assured that he had a memorable debut in senior football by scoring his team’s lone goal in the 65th minute, but Anthony “Young” Paul scored his team’s fourth in stoppage time.

This win places Flow Lancers FC at the top of the table with maximum points from two matches.

In the other game of Sunday VSADC eased past Sunrisers FC 5-0. Chard Alfred, Cliff “Magnum” Valcin, Decoursey “Santa” Simon, Shaquille Joseph, and Zachary Leriche.

On Saturday NYAH registered a walk over in their match against FC Pioneers.

Action resumes on Wednesday 15th April when NYAH take on Police. All matches take place at the SAB Playing facility.


The Philip J Pierre competition continued over the weekend. In Group B, Boulevard beat Marchand 18 and under 1-0. Boulevard took the early

advantage with a goal in the 10th minute by Delman Abelard.

In Group A, Pavee United and Flames United played to a 1-1 draw. Third placed Flames and their neighbours, fourth placed Pavee were paced by Devaughn George (Pavee) with the fastest goal of the competition, within the first 60 seconds, and Marcklloyd Leonce (Flames) after 42 minutes.

On Sunday, top of Group B Big Players with four wins in four games came up against Sandals (6th placed) with no wins in 3 games played. The Sandals team appeared to mean business with some good midfield play early on. More than matching the Big Players team within the first half, keeping a team that had scored 23 goals in 4 games at bay. The second half saw Sandals take a shock lead with Ravi Wilfred scoring in the 62nd minute and holding on for the win.

Toughest SC (1st in Group A) beat 3rd placed Young Veterans, the defending Champions from the 2014 National Day Competition. Travis Valcin put Toughest into the lead in the 24th minute. Toughest went 2-0 up after Oneil Alexander scored in the 47th. Two more goals for Travis Valcin in the 55th and 79th minutes saw Toughest go to a 4-0 lead. The game ended in a 4-0 vitory for Toughest consolidating 1st place in Group A. Travis Valcin amassing 19 goals in 5 games an average of 3.8 goals per game for the tournament.

Anse La Raye

1987 Allstars defeated foundations FC in a wonderfully crafted come from behind victory. Foundations leading 2-0 at the half, after 1987 conceded two early goals, the opening goal came from the boot of Maximus Bishop (6th) and Hadrian Leon (16th). 1987 kept their cool until Amos Auguste (67th) pulled one back, then Gildan St Luce (76th) levelled the scores. Substitute goal keeper Devaughn Charles, coming off the bench in a striker’s role, netted the winner in the 89th.

On Saturday Allez and Youngstars played to a hard fought 1-1 draw.

U-18 (development team) defeated Lion hearts 5-3. Aaron Lucea (63rd and 71st), Zedane Augustin (18th and 90th), and Sylvester Mercier (38th) netted for the youth team.

In the final game for the weekend Apollo got the better of veterans 2-1. Goals from Apollo’s Jonathon Gabriel (31st) and Lewis St Croix (56th) had the game knotted. The winner came from the penalty spot with goalkeeper Ryan Esnard given the go ahead and safely tucking it away in the (67th).

Next fixture, Wednesday, Youngstars comes up against 1987Allstars and on Friday U-23 National comes up against the Anse La Raye U-23 from 6pm under the lights.


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