Five-a-side football is in full swing at Kings Sports Centre.
Matches are taking place during the week and attracting a fair amount of teams and talent. In division one and two, the game of the week featured The Security Centre against Hurley’s.
Paul Brown would net two goals to lead Hurley’s to a 8-3 victory. Brown had help via goals from Matthew Suberan, Andres Ruiz, Yannick Solomon and Giovanni Bush among others. Ben Marice’s two goals and Nick Anderson’s score allowed Security Centre to avoid an even worse thrashing.
Most of the action was seen in division three. It should be noted there were two make-up games scheduled for last Tuesday but, due to some miscommunication, it was put off.
Doghouse beat Ernst and Young 8-2 behind Adam Harris’ four goals. Mike Kenna, three, and Kai Mcuriele also scored. Barry Macmanus was among the scorers for Ernst and Young.
Deloitte, behind goals from John Morris and Paul Smith, defeated PWC 4-1. Dylan Hume was the lone scorer for the accountants. Another accounting company, KPMG, saw a battle for inter-office bragging rights with KPMG1 beating KPMG2 3-0. Ben Marles’ two goals and Luke Murray’s score were the difference.
Arguably the most interesting match saw No Xq’s and CML play to a 4-4 draw. Brookyln Earick had three scores and Liam Brigden added another for No Xq’s while Alan Johnson was among the scorers for CML.
For the record, the Bonaca Boys and Appleby game was rescheduled for later down in the season along with the CFP Buzz Crusaders and West Star game.