Silver Bullets riddle High Stars 7-0

Guinness Greatest of the Streets

Defending champions Silver Bullets got their campaign off to the perfect start, dismantling High Stars by a 7-0 margin when the Linden edition of the Guinness Greatest of the Streets continued at the Mackenzie Bus Park on Wednesday.

Colwin Drakes led the way with a hat trick in the fourth, eighth and 17th minutes. He was assisted by Robin Adams who netted a brace in the second and fifth minutes and Jermaine Samuels who netted a double in the ninth and 15th minutes.

In the opening fixture of the evening, Speightland edged Rough and Rugged by a 2-1 score line through goals from Allen Creighton and Michael Rondell in the fourth and 16th minutes correspondingly. On target for the losers in the eight minute was Lee Ross.

A Ron Fiedtkou hat trick in the third, eighth and 14th minutes powered Star Boyz to a 6-0 humbling of Street Vibes. Completing the lopsided win with solo strikes in the fourth, ninth and 16th minutes were Jermaine Grandison, Dexter Garraway and Delon Duke respectively.

Bloomerdale Russians compliments of goals from Shawn Daniels and Carlos Grant in the eight and 17th minutes brushed aside South Stars 2-0.

Retrieve Unknowns led goals from Darrel George, Jameer Caesar, Kennard Simon and Travis Adolph in the second, sixth, 12th and 16th minutes respectively, crushed Ripping Bullets by a 4-0 score line.

In the other matchups,  Eagles defeated Trainline Warriors 2-0 while Attackers squeaked past Hard-Knocks by a 2-1 margin on penalty kicks. Completing the results for the evening was Ituni who edged Silent Assassins 3-2.

 

 

 

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