Riddim Squad gets the better of Sunburst camptown

Amos Ramsay

Riddim Squad overcame Sunburst Camptown by a 3-1 score line in their quarterfinal showdown when the Namilco sponsored Fruta Conquerors One Love football festival continued at the Tucville Community Centre ground on Friday.

Amos Ramsay opened the scoring for the Mocha based side in the 10th minute, through a left footed strike from the right side of the penalty area, which took a deflection off Camptown defender and nestled into the bottom right corner.

An own goal in the 33rd minute would level the score line for the Campbellville side as a Reshawn Sandiford strike took a sharp deflection off the body of a Riddim Squad player and ended up in the bottom of the goal.

Amos Ramsay
Amos Ramsay

Riddim Squad would retake the lead 12 minutes later as Sceyon Hope rifled his right footed volley into the top left hand corner after latching onto a failed clearance by the Camptown backline inside the area.

Sceyon Hope
Sceyon Hope

Their semi-final berth would be sealed in the 62nd minute compliments of a superbly taken Steffon Ramsay freekick from 26 yards out.

Awarded the spot kick following an infringement outside the centre of the box, Ramsay would curl his right footed effort into the right hand side of the woodwork to seal their berth in the semi-final round.

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