Big Wins For Ministry Of Education And FLOW
THE goal tally in the Commercial House Futsal League after 15 matches has rocketed to a whoping 95 goals following day 5 played in front of a well supportive crowd of fans.
The Ministry of Education easily went past Bryden and Partners 6 – 3, in what can best be described as a one sided affair. Despite Brydens and Partners scoring three goals they had no answer to the fast pace game by their opponents and to add insult to injury one of Bryden and Partners players was shown the dreaded red card on the bench by the Referee for poor sportsman like behaviour.
The goal scorers for the Ministry of Education, No.3 Thallas White in the 2nd and 39th minutes No.10 Myron Joseph in the 30th minute, No. 14 Maradona Griffith in the 33rd, No. 7 Hubert George in the 34th minute and No. 11 Kwame Augustin in the 36th minute. For Brydens and Partners No. 3 Joie Augustin in the 21st minute and No. 4 Hamish Christopher in the 37th and 39th minute of play.
In a Group C match up between communication company LIME and 1st National Bank, LIME had the better of the Bankers 4 – 3. For LIME goals came from No.8 Jonathan Constantine scored in the 12th minute, No. 3 Kissinger Anthony in the 25th minute, and No. 13 Kenwin McPhee in the 17th and 39th minute to secure the three points. For 1st National Bank No. 16 Jason Gustavescored in the 10th minute and No. 10 Dusty Daniel in the 21st and 29th minutes.
FLOW defeated M&C Drugstore 5 – 2, a match that was totally dominated by the communications company. For FLOW, their No. 4 Sheriek Anthony scored in the 4th minute, No. 8 Anthony Christopher in the 22nd minute, while No. 11 KalebJn Baptiste scored a hat trick with goals in the 7th, 12th and 31st minutes. For M&C Drugstore No.10 Bernard Alcide scored in the 19th and 30th minutes.