Santos, GFC draw 1-1

-GFA U17 league

Santos FC and the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) played to a 1-1 stalemate when the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) U17 league continued yesterday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.

Following a nil-all score line at the end of the first half, Job Caesar opened the scoring for Santos in the 50th minute, lashing his right footed effort into the top left hand corner of the net, from the centre of the penalty area.

Lyndon Dorway would level the scores five minutes later for the home side, placing his right footed attempt into the lower right hand corner of the goal, after cutting into the left side of the 18 yard box.

GFC almost stole the lead in the 62nd minute as powerful 28 yard right footed strike from Isaiah Reddy from the centre of the field, came cannoning off the crossbar.

Another great chance would go abegging for the Bourda unit as Matthew Carson was denied in the 70th minute following a one-on-one situation with the keeper within the left side of the penalty area.

In the second matchup, Western BK Western Tigers edged Black Water FC by a 1-0 score line in the Ruimveldt derby. Dakquan Matthews separated the two sides in the 85th minute with a strike to the bottom of the net from inside the penalty area.

In the final matchup, Beacons FC crushed Houston Stars by a 5-0 margin. Keifer Brandt opened the scoring in the 30th minute for the winners with a left footed strike into the right hand corner of the net, from the centre of the penalty area.

Josiah Charles would then double the lead in the 53rd minute with an easy finish to the empty net from within the centre of the penalty area.

It would become 3-0 in the 57th minute as Houston Stars conceded an accidental own goal following a mistimed clearance into the back of the net from the right side of the box.

Beacons would increase their advantage as Brandt netted his double in the 58th minute, lobbing his right footed effort from the centre of the area, into the right hand side of the net.

Tyriq Saunders would add his name to the scorer’s sheet in the 60th minute heading home his effort into the back of the het following a resulting goal mouth scramble from a right side cross.

 

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