Castries, Saint Lucia: Two matches were played in the Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. president’s Cup on Saturday, 6th May at the Dennery Playing Field. Aux Lyon United, with goals from Fabian Joseph 67th and Client Lawrence 78th min edged out CT Foundation 2 – 1 whose goal was scored by Marx Joseph in the 36th min.
In another game played DCYO hammered Uprising United 8 – 0. They were led with goals from Denilson Jones with a hat trick in the 21st, 56th and 90th min; a brace by Patrick Ephraim 38th and 40th min and the others by Nathan Frederick, Nathaniel Fontenelle and Sherquille William in the 45th, 55th and 57th min respectively.
Meanwhile, the final preliminary round of matches are scheduled for Tuesday 9th May with the following. At the Dennery Playing Field Aux Lyon United plays NYAH FC at 6.00 pm and at 8.00 pm Agardianz comes up against Big Players.
Down at the Desruisseaux Playing Field, DCYO plays Desruisseaux United at 6. 00 pm to be followed by Faith United against Uprising. Three matches were played in the Bordelais correctional Facility Safe Space Futsal competition at the Richfond Playing Field on Sunday 7th May.
In the first encounter Fire Service and Felix United Bordelais played to an exciting 2 – 2 draw. Scoring for Fire Service were Beneriero Wellington and Brent Joseph, while Kimel Serville scored a brace for Felix United.
The female encounter involving The Bordelais Correctional Officers Felicien FC and the inmates Braville FC ended in a 1 – 1 draw. Scoring for Felicien was Pearlyn Vidal, while, Carlin John scored for Braville FC.
The day’s final game was a walk over with Conway females defeating their Dennery counterpart 11 – 1. They got their goals from Janillea Henry 6, Ellaisia Marquis 4 and Vincencia Reid 1. Briel Mathurin scored for Dennery.
Saint Lucia Football Association is committed to hosting such events to uplift the sporting skills among the young generations so that they can get perfect platform for polishing their talents in Football.
Earlier, several interschool matches were hosted by the association and U20 qualifiers so that people can make perfect platform for football.
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