Trafalgar advances to semis after topping Group A’

Delwyn Fraser [white/left] defending an attacking phase from NA Kings-B during their matchup in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Berbice Championship at the NA Ferry Tarmac

Defending champion Trafalgar will oppose Litchfield, while East Bank Gunners will oppose New Amsterdam [NA] Kings in the semi-final round of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Berbice Championship, following group wins on Saturday.

 Witnessed by a large crowd at the NA Ferry Tarmac, Trafalgar secured two victories on the evening to top group-A, in the process sealing their consecutive appearances in the final four section.

In their opening match, Trafalgar downed Hopetown 3-0. Kevin Layne Jr., opened the scoring in the 12th minute before Delwyn Fraser recorded a ‘Guinness Goal’ [any goal scored in the final three minutes of regulation and extra time counts as two] in the 18th minute…..

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