Security Centre push up WestTel division two table

The Security Centre are creating
quite a stir in five-a-side football.

The squad has leapt up to third
place in division two of the WestTel league in the last three weeks.

Courtesy of solid play on both ends
(scoring 35 goals while allowing 21) the side is 6-2 and within striking
distance of frontrunners Transformers and Appleby.

Top scorer Gavin Kane (nine goals
so far) and company face their next big test tonight on the WestTel arena of
Kings Sports Centre. At 7pm the squad battles HSBC and star scorer Tex

Hank Parchment of McAlpine United
remains the division’s top scorer with 18 goals so far.

The other divisions have also
offered much to observe. Burger King are on top of division one again after an
8-2 victory over WestTel. Local football stars Mark Ebanks (one), Theron Wood
(two) and Ariel Tatum (one) all scored. Chris Douglas got both goals for WestTel.

Slipping into second place are the
Bonaca Boys as they had a 1-1 tie with third place team Centre Spot. Immer
Carter got the goal for the Hondurans.

Rolly Bodden tops all scorers with
10 goals for the Bonaca Boys.

Last night saw a pair of division
games as Centre Spot battled Scotiabank while Tru Ballers took on Burger King.
Division action resumes next Monday with a primetime showdown between the
Bonaca Boys and Burger King at 7pm. Two more matches are at 8pm and 10pm.

Over in division three the 8-0 Cayman
Free Press Buzz Crusaders continue to lead the pack. Last week the Buzz kept
their unbeaten record intact by thrashing cellar dwellers WestStar 13-0.

Interestingly, before the game TV
presenter Jason Harper was talking smack to the Buzz players and insisting a
monumental upset by his winless 0-9 team was in the offing.

A pair of goals from CFP stalwarts
Barry Fitzgerald, Chris Pearson (the division’s top scorer with 13 goals) and Michael Klein quickly silenced that talk.

The win, CFP’s biggest in
five-a-side history, gives the Buzz the most goals scored (48) and fewest allowed
(10) in the division.

The Crusaders look to keep their
momentum going tomorrow night against fourth place Doghouse Devils II at 8pm.

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