Buxton United defeat traditional foe Victoria

Frank Watson Memorial U15 Football League

Buxton United Scorers (from left to right) Makhya Jarvis, Colin Henriques, Anyika Headley and Antwoine Sullivan,

Buxton United dismissed arch-enemy Victoria 4-1, when the Frank Watson Memorial U15 Football League, continued yesterday in several associations.

Staged at the Golden Grove ground in the East Coast Demerara zone, Buxton United emerged victorious led by goals from Colin Henriques, Antwoine Sullivan, Anyika Headley and Makhya Jarvis in the 12th, 24th, 69th and 74th minute apiece.

An own goal in the 25th minute was the only success for the losing side. Continuing in the same division, Golden Stars and Buxton Stars battled to a 1-1 result.

Japhet Sam netted for the home side in the 35th minute, while Kubina Thomas equalised two minutes onward. Also, Mahaica Determinators defeated Buxton Youth Developers via walkover.

In the East Bank Demerara district hosted at the Timehri ground, Timehri Panthers pawed Grove Hi-Tech 6-0.

Ishmael Palsuram led the rout with a hat-trick in the 28th, 68th and 69th minute, while Yohance Russell, Prince Forde and Tywell Lovell, added goals in the 18th, 30th and 44th minute each.

On the other hand, Agricola crushed Samatta Point/Kaneville 5-1, compliments of a Brian Lambert helmet-trick in the 10th, 21st, 36th and 52nd minute.  Adding a goal in the 51st minute was Leon Hope. For the loser, Matthew Austin scored in the 53rd minute. Meanwhile, Diamond Upsetters downed Soesdyke 3-1.

Michael Pierre, Shafeek Russell and Jamal Thomas scored in the 18th, 38th and 43rd minute respectively. Tyrone Burnett handed the initial lead to the eventual loser in the fourth minute.

Also, Herstelling defeated Mocha Champs via walkover. Over at the Wales Community ground in the West Demerara section, Pouderoyen FC needled Den Amstel 1-0.

Trevon Abrams separated the teams with s 54th minute penalty conversion. Eagles defeated ‘The Combine Team’ compliments of a walkover.

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