Elliot deserves recall

In the football five-a-side league at King’s Sports Centre last week, Security Centre had a superb 5-0 win over BDO. Stalwart defender Tom Elliot looks capable of regaining his place in the national side on the strength of his brilliant form last season with Scholars International who won the Premier League and the fact that he has maintained his fitness throughout the summer.

Elliot scored twice for Security Centre with other goals coming from Paul Valenti, Ricoh Brown and Christopher G.

Hurley’s were in one of the highest scoring match of the season in a combined Division One and Two game, beating Appleby 10-7. Yannick Soomon and Thiago Cunha hit hat-tricks for Hurley’s and other goals came from Joseph Tatum, Ariel Tatum, John Todd.

Theron Wood got two for Appleby and the others were scored by Brian Scott, Gemar Brown, Jonathan Ebanks, Julian Narcisse and Andrew Solomon.

West Star beat Transformers 7-2 thanks to two apiece from Jerronie Mclean and Dexter Beckford, plus strikes by Carlos Ebanks, Nino Dilbert and Willard Robinson.

Jevon Nickelson and Dominic Pearson got the Transformers goals.

Chris Douglas and Bobby Hydes got two each for Ernst and Young in Division Three as they beat KPMG 4-3. Ian Hope struck twice for KPMG and Steve Jones got the other.

Deloitte smashed KPMG1 8-2 thanks to two from Craig Bodden and Dan Lawry, plus contributions from Richardo Stewart, Sean D and David Acutt.

KPMG Titans drew 3-3 with CML. KPMG scorers included Tamauwana Mhlanga and Fabio Smith and CML scorers included Alan Johnson and Richard Goulden.

Chris Douglas was on target again for Ernst and Young, again hitting two as they beat No XQ’s 2-1. Dustin Norton found the net for No XQ’s.

PWC drew 2-2 with DOG HouseII. Ben Hooper and Richard Crozier netted for PWC and Sean Lloyd-Hickey and a Dan Fortune own goal got DHL1 their scores.

Hurley’s were in one of the highest scoring match of the season in a combined Division One and Two game, beating Appleby 10-7.

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