Winners’ row for Upper Dem, Essequibo/Pomeroon

UDFA GT Beer Inter-Association Championship

Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA) and Essequibo/Pomeroon Football Association secured easy wins when the UDFA GT Beer Inter-Association Championship continued on Sunday, at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground, Linden,

UDFA downed East Coast Football Association 3-1. Jashawn Moore, Shane Luckie and Kellon Primo scored in the 15th, 67th and 73rd minute, respectively. For the loser, Malcolm Wilson netted in the 37th minute.  Meanwhile, Essequibo/Pomeroon crushed East Bank Demerara 5-1. Devon Romeo bagged a brace in the 71st and 88th minute, while Oswin Henry, Michael Hendricks and Sheldon Pitt netted in the 50th, 59th and 82nd minute, respectively. For the East Bank unit, Winston Rollins recorded a consolation goal in the 90th minute.

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