Old Boys net six

The biggest winners in the Heineken Sunday League at the weekend were Fidel’s Old Boys who knocked six past Shellaz to record their second win on the bounce. 

Their round 8 match at the TE McField Annex burst into life after ten minutes when Luciano Deriso broke the deadlock to put Old Boys ahead.  

Shellaz hit back six minutes later through Ray Hydes, but Old Boys retook the lead immediately through Jose Valenciano for a 2-1 half-time lead.  

Deriso hit his second of the game soon after the restart and this was followed by a brace by Olar Razvan to make it 5-1.  

Hydes reduced the deficit for Shellaz with his second before Stefan Kormos made it 6-2 to Old Boys. 

Harry’s left it late against Maples Revolution at the TE McField Annex. Trailing through a 52 minute Ian Jamieson strike, Harry’s had to wait until the last ten minutes to find a way past a resilient Maples defense.  

Harry’s striker James Smith equalized and a minute later Floyd “Irons” McKenzie got his ninth of the campaign for Harry’s. Smith got another and Forde Pierson rounded off the scoring in the final minute for a 4-1 Harry’s win.  

The first game at Ed Bush had a real ebb and flow to it as Atletico Luca and Boca Juniors shared the points.  

Boca scored after three minutes through midfielder Fred Ebanks. Luca forced an equalizer just before half-time through Massimo Di Campli.  

Luca striker Mike Stroh scored a fine goal after the break before Brandon Browning’s low shot found the bottom corner to tie the game at 2-2.  

It was first versus third place in the second game at Ed Bush when OtisAir Wanderers faced CML Claymores.  

A defensive splitting pass sent Wanderers striker Rodrick Pierson sprinting through after 24 minutes and his composed finish beat Ryan Ebanks in the Claymores goal.  

Ebanks made some impressive saves after the break. Claymores started to take risks by pressing forward which left their defense increasingly exposed.  

Wanderers exploited the gaps by scoring twice in the last ten minutes. Andre Berghaus broke through the offside trap to score and two minutes later Joaquim Martins was presented with an identical situation and he lofted the ball over the advancing goalkeeper for a 3-0 win.  

This weekend at the Annex, Shellaz play the Claymores while Harry’s take on Luca and at Ed Bush it’s the Wanderers against Old Boys and Boca host the Revolution. 

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Boca’s Henry Mitchell bursts through the Luca defence.

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