Five games slated for Super League Sunday
In the mining town of Linden at the MSC ground, the only team to win both of their matches so far and coming out of West Berbice, Rosignol United FC will tangle with Bakewell Top XX at 20:00 hrs.
Smarting from a home loss Top XX is expected to use home advantage to their benefit, something which was lacking in their last encounter when they dropped full points to Liquid Gold from Bartica.
They will once again depend on the veteran Troy Nelson to lead the young and talented players, while support is expected from Michael Crandon and Keiron Cameron both former youth nationals, Michael Wills and Ruel Williams.
Rosignol United will be depending on their previous goalscorers Delroy Fraser, Cornel Taylor, Gladwyn Johnson and Rawl Scott, senior national selections Travis Henry and Tyson Carmichael and youth national Garson Baker.
The competent Joel Singh will once again be stationed between the uprights.
Over in the gateway to the Interior at 16:00 hrs, Milerock will attempt to take revenge for Bakewell Top XX when they collide with Liquid Gold at the Bartica Community Centre. The hosts will be flying high and they will be hoping that goal-scorer Linden Whitney Welcome continue his form, along with support from former youth nationals Vernon John, Andel Norton and Hamley Martindale.
Goalkeeper Prakash Jaisari will attempt to thwart all of Milerock efforts.
Milerock, coached by former national player and President of UDFA Bryan Joseph in an invited comment disclosed that he has some surprises for his counterpart Devon Bisson.
Milerock will depend on their reliable defender Marlon Maxius, who was the goal-scorer against Camptown and it is anticipated that he will be supported by Michael Rose in goal, Delroy Dainty, Ray Bobb Semple, Steve Brewley and Trevor Tudor.
Over on the East Coast of Demerara, at the Plaisance Community Centre ground, starting at 15:30 hrs, Victoria Kings, who suffered a surprise defeat to Rosignol United in their first encounter will try to continue in their winning ways when they collide with the highly favoured Seawall FC of West Demerara.
After their opening day loss to Rosignol, the Kings bounced back and surprised the Army on with a last minute goal in last week’s clash.
They will depend on goal-scorer Mortimer Murphy and Winston Pompey to find the back of the net.
Support is expected from Andrew Holder, Kojo Huntley, Rashleigh Morrison and Kwesi De Souza.
The White Jags as the Seawall is known will have in their line-up captain and goal-scorer Darrius Garraway, while Gavin Brown should be eager to get on the score sheets. Delyon Josiah, Toine Lopes and Zevon Atkinson form part of the supporting cast.
Marvin Griffith in goal will have to be excellent again, if he is to deny the boys from the East victory.
Two other games are scheduled for the GCC ground, commencing at 18:00 hrs. Georgetown champions Alpha United battle East Coast champions Buxton United.
Alpha will attempt to show Buxton that they had a bad day at Uitvlugt and could unleash a host of national players, led by the cool and calm Howard Lowe, who will be supported by Dwight Peters, Edison Gomes, Ronson Williams in goal, Abassi McPherson, Quincy Madramootoo, Andrew Murray jnr. and previous game goal-scorer Anthony Harding. Buxton will depend on G/keeper Brian Robinson, Les Charles Critchlow, Travis and Randy Phyll, Kevon Sullivan and national striker Clive Andries.
The other game is an all-Georgetown affair with will have a all Georgetown affair with Camptown taking on the GDF.
Camptown’s quest for victory will come from the performance of Nigel Codrington, Troy Prescod, Reshawn Sandiford, Bevon Moseley and Lance Rawlston, in addition to national goalkeeper Richie Richards.
GDF’s search for a win and a removal from the cellar position will depend on a host of talented players led by Warren Gilkes.
Eusi Phillips, Sheik Kamal, Shawn Arthur, Stellon David, Delroy Deen and Seon Brewley, also form part of a squad that is known to have the ability to beat any team of its day, but has so far failed to show that capability.