Wales upsets Uitvlugt in NAMILCO U17 football

Den Amstel crushed fierce rival Pouderoyen FC 4-1 while Wales upset Uitvlugt 2-0 when the National Milling Company (NAMILCO) U17 Football League continued yesterday in several zones.

At the Den Amstel ground, the home side secured the win through goals from Rueben Dainty, Malcolm Miggins, Keswyn Fraser and Kobe Alexander in the 39th, 48th, 52nd and 68th minute respectively.

On target in the loss was Keanu Lawrence in the 18th minute. Similarly, Wales downed Uitvlugt 2-0. Joshua Gladstone and Shaquille Richards scored in the third and 38th minute apiece.

Meanwhile, Eagles soared past Crane 3-0. Adrian Adolph, Ronaldo Macey and Glenroy Duncan scored in the 21st, 37th and 50th minute respectively while Jetty Gunners gained a walkover from Golden Warriors.

Over at the Golden Grove ground, Buxton United swamped Bachelors Adventure/Paradise 10-0. Kobe Durant tallied a hat-trick in the second, 25th and 39th minute.

He was assisted by doubles from Colin Henriques in the eighth and 23rd, Jamal Robertson in the 10th and 80th minute and Isaiah Adams in the 17th and 34th minute. Adding a 70th minute effort was N. Granum.

Buxton Stars then dismissed home side Golden Stars 3-1. Keshawn Gordon, Kerwin Maxwell and Shamar McPherson scored in the 20th, 60th and 70th minute each.

For the loser, Joel Marks netted in the 50th minute. Diamond United edged Herstelling Raiders 2-1. Teon Forde and D. Garraway netted in the 29th and 32nd minute. Scoring for the loser was Sheron James in the 23rd minute while Friendship and Kuru-Kururu Warriors battled to a scoreless draw. The event resumes on Wednesday at the Den Amstel ground. Wales will oppose Crane at 9:00am while Pouderoyen FC tackles Golden Warriors at 11:00am.

Complete Results

West Demerara


Eagles-3 vs Crane 0

Adrian Adolph-21st

Ronaldo Macey-37th

Glenroy Duncan-50th



Wales-2 vs Uitvlugt-0

Joshua Gladstone-3rd

Shaquille Richards-38th



Jetty Gunners vs Golden Warriors

Jetty won via walkover


Den Amstel-4 vs Poudeoyen-1

Den Amstel Scorers

Rueben Dianty-39th

Malcom Miggins-48th

Keswyn Fraser-52nd

Kobe Alexander-68th

Poudeoryen Scorer

Keanu Lawrence-18th


East Coast


Buxton Stars-3 vs Golden Stars-1


Buxton Scorers

Keshawn Godron-20th

Kerwin Maxwell-60th

Shamar McPherson-70th


Golden Scorer

Joel Marks-50th



Buxton United-10 vs Bachelors Adventure/Paradise-0

Kobe Durant-2nd, 25th and 39th

Colin Henriques-8th and 23rd

Jamal Robertson-10th and 80th

Isaiah Adams-17th and 34thN.Granum-70th


East Bank


Diamond-2 vs Herstelling Raiders-1


Diamond Scorers

Teon Forde-29th

D. Garrway-32nd


Herstelling Scorer

Sheron James-23rd



Friendship-0 vs Kuru-Kuru Warriors-0






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