Fruta demolishes Soesdyke Falcons 4-0

Fruta Conquerors commenced their preparation for the resumption of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) ‘Elite League’ on a positive note, crushing Soesdyke Falcons 4-0 on Friday at the Tucville Community ground.

Jahaal Greaves opened the scoring in the sixth minute.

Racing onto a through pass from Gregory Richardson, the attacking midfielder calmly slotted his right-foot effort past the advancing goalkeeper.

Eon Alleyne increased their lead in the 23rd minute, as the home side took an eventual 2-0 advantage into the halftime interval.

The speedy Alleyne etched his name on the scorer’s sheet after dribbling two defenders following a one-two pass combination with Greaves, before finishing into the back of the net.

Upon the resumption, Greaves completed his brace with a conversion in the 70th minute. Richardson made his presence felt once more, lobbing a perfectly placed pass to Greaves, who volleyed his effort into the lower-left corner.

The contest was then sealed in the 75th minute, as Anthony Belfield found the back of the net, cutting in from the right side of the field, before lashing his effort into the bottom right corner.

The GFF ‘Elite League’ is slated to resume on February 2nd.


Fruta Conquerors-4 vs Soesdyke Falcons-0

Jahaal Greaves-6th and 70th

Eon Alleyne-23rd

Anthony Belfield-75th


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