The Heineken Sunday League made a welcome return from its summer hiatus at the weekend with three games.
First up at TE McField Annex in George Town were Latitude 19 Boca Juniors and Maples Revolution really entertained.
Boca’s veteran midfielder Greg Ebanks struck a great dipping shot for their first which hit the underneath the bar and Yannick Solomon got their second ten minutes from time for a 2-0 win.
Then Triple Crown Wanderers recorded a resounding 5-0 against Old Boys. Ricoh Brown scored for Wanderers from close range after 24 minutes. Strike partner Marc Brown scored three minutes later and again two minutes after the break. Lee Parry and Johnny McLaughlin completed a comprehensive victory.
Harry’s FC and Agua at Ed Bush stadium in West Bay saw Agua make a perfect start with Nicolas Persico’s rasping shot after 15 minutes.
Then Agua’s Daniel Cummings’ fired in from long range on 35 minutes. Harry’s left their response late, having to rely on last year’s top league scorer Floyd ‘Irons’ McKenzie’s goals to earn them a point with strikes in the 68th and 72nd minute.
A space in the Heineken Sunday League has unexpectedly opened up for a team wishing to compete this season. Anyone interested should contact the organisers at [email protected]
Boca had to weather an early bombardment from Maples but snatched the lead with a strike that is already a contender for goal of the season.