Goals flew in during Match Day 9 of the DHL Sunday Football League, with 17 being scored over the four matches.
The early match at the Annex produced another draw for both King’s Head and Bounty Hunters, their fourth apiece for the campaign so far as their game finished 2-2. It was Bounty Hunters who broke the deadlock through Richard Andrews on 15 minutes before Alex Almedia made it 2-0 on 26 minutes.
Kings Head fought back when Cliff Young pulled a goal back on the stroke of halftime to make it 2-1 at the interval. In the second half, King’s Head scored an equalizer just four minutes from time, when Young scored his second of the day to tie the score at 2-2.
Harry’s scored two early goals to effectively pick up all three points in their match with Luca FC at the Annex. They took the lead on 10 minutes when striker Forde Pierson pounced on a loose ball to fire home, and just 8 minutes later he made it 2-0 for Harry’s, which ended up being the final score. A red card was shown to Kris Pearson of Harry’s for dissent toward the end of the game.
OtisAir Wanderers enjoyed a 4-0 victory over Fidel’s Old Boys at Ed Bush. Their first goal came directly from Ricky Parsons’ in-swinging corner, which deceived the Old Boys keeper at the near post and flew straight into the net. Cornell Bartley made it 2-0 shortly before the break with a neat individual run and shot. In the second half, Wanderers’ striker Nick Wellington fired home off the post before Old Boys’ keeper allowed his frustration to boil over and earned him his second yellow card for talking back to the referee. The stand-in keeper did a first-rate job, keeping out several shots, a press release said, but he was eventually defeated when Wellington had an easy tap in for his 12th goal of the season to give a final score of 4-0.
League leaders Boca Juniors swept aside Maples Revolution 6-1 in the second game at Ed Bush. Giuseppe Coco was first on the score sheet with a left-footed drive into the corner of the net on 13 minutes. Maples equalized just four minutes later when Elliot Power swept home a cross, but in the very next attack Coco scored almost an identical goal to his first, only this time it was with his right foot, to give Boca a 2-1 lead at halftime. After the break, Boca ran away with the game with Ray Hydes hitting a brace of goals followed by Garth Anderson and Rene Carter netting to finish the game 6-1 in Boca’s favor.
This weekend at the Annex it’s Bounty Hunters vs. OtisAir Wanderers and Luca against the Revolution, while at Ed Bush, Boca hosts Harry’s and Old Boys plays King’s Head.