Kings Sports Centre continues to see entertaining five-a-side football.
Matches, which take place during the week, sport a great mix of talent and intrigue. Proof of that came in division one and two as the game of the week featured the Bonaca Boys against Appleby.
In years past, the Bonaca Boys dominated the top flight with stars like Rene Carter. This year looks to be a different story as the team could only manage a 5-5 draw with Appleby.
Jedd Ebanks led Bonaca with three goals and another came from Juan Muvillo. Appleby got two scores from Julian Narcisse with Renzel Dixon, Jerry Ramos and Johnny Ebanks rounding out the scoring.
Both squads will be keen to study Hurley’s, who defeated Transformers 6-4. Ariel Tatum had a hat-trick for Hurley’s with Olson Bush, Andres Ruiz and Paul Brown notching the other goals. Veteran striker Dominique Pearson scored two goals for the prison team with Javon Nicholson and Morris Brown getting the other score.
The other top flight match saw a surprising result as team WestStar beat BDO 3-2. A mainstay of the social division for many seasons, WestStar were finally promoted last year and now look ready to show their talent extends beyond former sportscaster Jason Harper. Team captain Nino Dilbert led the way with two goals and the other came from Ernel Whitely. Jon-Andrew Japal and Forde Pierson were the lone scorers for BDO.
Only time will tell where the CFP Buzz Crusaders, last year’s division two champions, fit into the mix as they have yet to play this year.
There were a total of seven games played last week and most of the scoring came in division three. No Xq’s had the biggest offensive outburst, downing PWC 5-1. Brooklyn Earick and Tom Mauman proved to be the danger men with three and two goals respectively. Neil Coley provided the lone goal for the accountants.
Deloitte meanwhile showed they are as good kicking a football as they are at crunching numbers, crushing CML 4-1. Dan Lowry, two goals and Alex Hennings, one goal, led the scoring onslaught. Steve McIntosh scored for CML.
Doghouse II showed their recruiting and athletic ability has no bounds, thrashing the KPMG Titans 5-0. Jeremy Superfine, a tennis guru, led the way with two goals.
Finally, KPMG1 and Ernst and Young played to a 2-2 tie. Steve Walsh of Ernst and Young was among the scorers.