The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Super League continued with three games on Sunday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) Ground.
In game one Milerock and Victoria Kings played to an exciting 3-3 draw which had the few spectators on their feet.
Milerock got on the score sheet first when Ray Bobb Semple broke the ice in the 44th minute, Ronnick Veleoza then made it 2-0 in a 55th minute strike. Victoria Kings then answered in a flurry when substitute Bernard John scored in the 62nd minute, then the veteran Winston Pompey slammed in a double in the 70th and 73rd minutes which put Milerock on the back foot, but as true champions they regrouped when the versatile “Red Headed” Steve Breweley equalized in the 77th minute, and the points were shared equally.
In game two, the hapless Amelia’s Ward, newcomers to the Super League, received a baptism of fire when Pele battered them 6-1.
Marvin Joseph found the nets thrice in the 7th, 26th and 33rd minutes, national midfielder Kanata Manning scored in the 51st minute, Stellon David made his hit in the 76th minute and Travis “Zarro” Grant sealed the issue in the 81st minute.
The lone goal by Amelia’s Ward was scored by Delon Luke in the 53rd minute.
In game three, which could be considered as the best of the three fixtures, Alpha United was held to a 1-1 score by the ever improving BK Western Tigers.
Alpha drew first blood when national striker Dwight Peters scored in the 3rd minute which signaled a goal spree in the making but BK Western Tigers regrouped and Paul Giles equalized in the 41st minute. The score remained unchanged in the second half with both teams squandering many chances.
The games continue on Sun with four games at various venues. Up at the Blairmont Ground, Rosignol United and Western Tigers who are both in second position with 10 points will lock horns and that game commences at 16:00 hrs.
At the Uitvlugt Ground at 15:45 hrs Den Amstel and Amelia’s Ward will clash, both teams are on 9 points.
At the Beterverwagting Ground there will be two games. The first game at 13:45 hrs will see Victoria Kings and Seawall clash and in the second encounter at 15:45 hrs Buxton United and Pele will bring down the curtains.