Wanderers less scrappy

Heineken Sunday League football had two cup semifinals with contrasting fortunes.

Harry’s have one foot in the CML Cup final with an impressive 5-1 win against Old Boys at the TE McField Annex last week.

The second semi was at Ed Bush in West Bay where Triple Crown Wanderers hosted Agua.

It was a scrappy match with neither side managing to produce much quality, partly due to numerous interruptions so the game struggled to flow.

The strong prevailing wind also did not help the sides put on a display and come the full-time whistle there was only one goal that separated them.

Right on half-time, Wanderers’ winger Ricky Parsons took advantage of a misplaced clearance to catch the Agua keeper out of his goal with a long range shot that flew over his head and into the net off the bar.

Things could have been different for Agua following a long range shot half way through the first-half from one of their players, but on this occasion it crashed against the crossbar and out to safety.

After the break, with the wind now at back of the Agua’s players, they looked to force a way back into the game but came up against a resolute Wanderers defence.

The second leg matches are on 14 April.