Grove Hi Tech whip Kuru-Kururu Warriors 4-1

Grove Hi-Tech overcame a 1-0 deficit to defeat Kuru-Kururu Warriors by a 4-1 margin, when the East Bank Demerara zone of the Frank Watson Memorial u15 Football League commenced yesterday.

Staged at the Grove Community ground, the host fell behind in the 36th minute of the clash that featured only one referee, as Carl Punous rifled a left foot strike into the right corner, after racing into the left of the box.

This lead was maintained heading into the halftime interval. However it became a game of two halves, as the home side fashioned four unanswered goals.Zewdi grabbed the equaliser compliments of a 53rd minute conversion. Vincent Chin then made his presence felt, securing the lead via a 60th minute strike to the right side.

The scoreline ballooned once, as Devon Padmore etched his name on the scorer’s sheet three minutes later. Chin then completed the come from behind result, recording his second of the contest in the 67th minute.

Prior to the start of the event, a march past featuring each of the participating clubs occurred. Meanwhile, GFF President Wayne Forde opened the event with brief remarks.

Complete Results

Grove Hi-Tech-4 vs Kuru-Kururu-1

Grove Scorers

Vincent Chin-60th and 67th

Zewdi Francois-53rd

Devon Padmore-63rd

Kuru-Kururu Scorer

Carl Punous-36th


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