Corporate Warfare 2018: Day 4, of Round 1

Image: Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) in action against Unicomer. (PHOTOS: Anthony De Beauville)

Four Games Tomorrow Evening at Beausejour Indoor Facility

THE loud shouts and excitement in the stands from supporters of the various teams and the fast pace of games on centre-court continue in the 4th edition of the Corporate Warfare Futsal Tournament.

The tournament, organized by Timeout Entertainment, kicks off tomorrow evening from 6.30 p.m. at the Beausejour Indoor Practice Facility (BIPF) with Digicel coming up against Sandals Halycon in what is expected to be a nail biting affair.

Image: (L-R) EALPF team; action between the RSLPF and Top Ranking Electricals. (PHOTOS: Anthony De Beauville)
(L-R) EALPF team; action between the RSLPF and Top Ranking Electricals. (PHOTOS: Anthony De Beauville)

In other games scheduled for the night, LUCELEC will be up against KM2 Solutions at 7.30 p.m.; Sandals La Toc will fancy their chances against the Ministry of the Public Service at 8.30 p.m. and defending champions PCD will want to keep the Saint Lucia Fire Service at bay when the two meet at 9.30 p.m.

Round two is scheduled for Saturday 22nd; Small Business Owners versus Sandals Grande at 6.30 p.m; Saint Lucia Teachers Union takes on Windjammer at 7.30 p.m. and FLOW versus 1-888Go Answer at 8.30 p.m.

Meanwhile, on Saturday 15th, in Game 1, Windjammer and DBC played to an exciting 3-3 draw. The goal scorers for Windjammer were Ed Joseph (2) and Anthony James (1).

For DBC, Loie James, Hector Edmund and Miguel Mc Vane scored 1 each.

However, Windjammer emerged victorious 13-12 on penalty kicks.

In Game 2, Sandals Grande got the better of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Credit Union 3-2. Tev Lawrence scoring a hatrick in the 24th, 36th and the 40th minute.

Jn Mill Augustin and Felix Mark scored for the Credit Union.

In Game 3, Small Business Owners nosed ahead of CPJ 2-1. For SBO, the goal scorers were Nehemiah Leo in the 13th minute and Elijah Louis in the 18th.

Dylan Jeremy, the lone scorer for CPJ.

To bring the curtains down on a weekend of excitement at the BIPF, in the final game 1-888 Go Answer and Ministry of Infrastructure played to a 3-3 draw at the end of regulation time.

Scoring for 1-888 Go Answer were Devin Langellier, Kaillen Hollander and DarnalReynols.

For the Ministry of Infrastructure – Kamali Charlemagne, Andrew Cherubin and Kerry Joseph scored for Ministry of Infrastructure.

In the penalty shootout, 1-888 Go Answer went ahead 3-2.

Image: Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) in action against Unicomer. (PHOTOS: Anthony De Beauville)
Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) in action against Unicomer. (PHOTOS: Anthony De Beauville)

In awards presented, the team of the night was Sandals Grande and the player of the evening being TevLawerence (Sandals Grande) for his hatrick.

On Friday 14th, Telecommunication Flow trounced Beachcomber 9-1. Anthony Christopher scored a beaver trick in the 4th, 10th, 19th and 33rd minute. Kenwin McPhee had a brace while there was one each by Kissinger Anthony and Marlon Christopher.

Noah Williams was the lone scorer for Beachcomber.

Saint Lucia Teachers Union got the better of Unicomer (Courts) Saint Lucia Limited 5-0. Lynch Isidore in the 10th and 22nd minute and one each for Johan Stephen, Jean Claude Xavier and Duayne Jn. Baptiste.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force made their intention pretty clear in this year’s tournament as they destroyed Top Ranking Electricals 7-1, with Emery Barthelmy registering a hat trick. There was one each by Gavin Kisna, Javan Du Boulay, Elijah Julien and Jimmy Julien.

Mervin Fatal was the lone scorer for the TRE.

The second game of the evening which was scheduled for 7.30 p.m. between Builtec Inc. and Royalton United, BuiltecInc won by default as Royalton United failed to show up for the encounter.

In awards presented, the Team of the night – Flow; the Player of the night was Anthony Christopher (FLOW).

Anthony De Beauville is The VOICE Publishing Company’s multi-award winning sports journalist. He works closely with a number of sports federations including the Department of Youth Development and Sports, the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee and other organizations.

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