Richardson leads Sparta Boss past Silver Bullets

Eon Alleyne (left) of Team Extreme, attempting to initiate an attacking move, while being watched closely by Showstoppers players in the Magnum Mash Futsal Championship at the National Gymnasium

Sparta Boss, Future Stars, Leopold Street, Gold is Money and Bent Street secured berths to tonight’s round of 16 stage when the inaugural Magnum Mash Futsal Championship continued on Saturday.

Witnessed by a large crowd at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue, Sparta Boss brushed aside Silver Bullets 3-0. Gregory Richardson tallied a double in the third and 18th minute while Quincy Adams scored in the 13th minute.

Similarly, Future Stars dismantled Channel-9 Warriors 4-0. Curtez Kellman, Akeemo Anthony, Alex Moore and Raphael Edwards netted in the fourth, ninth, 12th and 14th minute each…..

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