Agua FC continue to march towards the Sunday League Championship after another victory against one of their rivals. Having now played half of the league fixtures Agua still remain unbeaten, with only a single draw to blemish their 100 per cent winning record.
It was Old Boys turn to try and stop Agua but they were easily brushed aside in a bruising 7-3 defeat. Agua took the lead through Tirotta and Pelligrini.
Old Boys managed to reduce the deficit through substitute Dan Cummings but Agua’s own substitute Destro made an immediate impact, heading home from close range.
Agua scored once more before half-time from Stephan Kormos to make it 4-1. After the break Agua still pressed forward which resulted in goals for Erwin Kormos and more strikes for Destro and Pelligrini and even had the luxury of allowing their goalkeeper to take a penalty, but he couldn’t hold his nerve and duly smacked the kick high over the bar. Agua conceded two goals late on to Old Boys top scorer Henry Mitchell.
Harry’s FC got back on form with a 4-0 victory against AC Lunetta and jumped into second place in the league, albeit trailing Agua by seven points. Harry’s raced to a 3-0 half-time lead thanks to Al Glasgow, Chris Fen and Teko Dickens.
Irons McKenzie finished off a fine move to hit his eighth goal of the season for Harry’s after the break. McKenzie’s morning could have been even better when he was presented with a penalty kick, but his strike was straight to the grateful Lunetta keeper who easily saved.
The upset of the day belonged to International Kickers whose improved form continues with a 3-2 win against title hopefuls Fire Pros Boca Juniors. Kickers took a two goal lead from strikes by Cunha and Tinoco.
Fire Pros reduced the deficit thanks to their top goal scorer Mike Ebanks.
Kickers restored their two goal cushion via Rohan McKenzie’s boot and the scoring was completed on 73 minutes when Fire Pros’ Carlos Welcome made it a tense last few minutes for the Kickers, but they managed to see the game out and record their second win of the season.
Finally two very even sides in CML Claymores and MC Devils for a cracking match. Chances galore were created and spurned at either end, except a shot from Devil’s Ian Jamieson which found the net on the half hour mark.
Despite CML setting up camp in their opponent’s territory for the second half they couldn’t find a way past a resolute Devils defence.
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