THE inaugural Chamber of Commerce / Commercial Futsal League will continue tomorrow evening at the Beausejour Indoor Facility with two semi final matches.
From 6:30 p.m. FLOW will take on Peter and Company and from 7:25 p.m. LIME plays St. Lucia Distillers.
The four teams are in with a chance in advancing to the finals. The surface at the BIF is quick as the players have adjusted to the conditions.
All eyes will be on the two tele communication Companies FLOW and LIME as they have been tipped to meet in the finals.
Meanwhile, in quarter final results, FLOW and LUCELEC were tied 2 – 2 after regulation time. Goal scorers for FLOW were Troy Prospere and Anthony Christopher and for LUCELEC Christopher St. Marthe and Lucius Prospere. The encounter was forced into penalty shootout, but FLOW went ahead with 1 – 0 win.
In Game 2, Peter and Company made easy work of Scotia Bank winning 4 – 0. For Peter and Company the goal scorers were RohanCallender and Nilan William one goal each, while Jerry Gaston netted two.
St. Lucia Distillers continued their heavy scoring in the tournament, this time around they breezed past one of the tournament favourites Bank of St. Lucia 6 – 1. For Distillers the goal scorers were Kevin Antoine, Nicky Henry and Cornelius Edmunds one each, while Jamal Antoine scored three. JerardSatney scored Bank of St. Lucia’s lone goal.
LIME continues to showcase a high level of football, but, they were held to a 4 – 4 draw by the Ministry of Education after regulation time. For LIME the goal scorers were Christopher St. Catherine one and Myron Joseph three, while Kenwin McPhee and Anthony James scored two goals each for the Ministry of Education. To decide the final semi finalist on the night, LIME nosed ahead 7 – 6 on penalties.