Teams light up NCC Tarmac with exciting Guinness Street football action
Teams took to the National Cultural Centre Tarmac on Tuesday evening, lighting up the venue with exciting action among the teams participating in the Guinness in the Street football championship sponsored by Banks DIH.
The action opened with North-Last Entrance and Kingstown playing out a 1-1 stalemate.
Defence error in the 11th min was responsible for North’s goal, while Kingstown replied through Nigel Denny in the 22nd min.
Festival City thumped Sophia 4-1 in the second match. Sophia opened through Shemroy Arthur in the 3rd min only for Festival City to unfurl with responses by Marco Marcus 6th min, Odel Williams 11th min and Sherwin Sampson 19th & 25th min.
Game 3 saw Eagles of Linden going down 2-4 to East Front Road. Eagles got on the score sheet with goals from Damon Carter 3rd min and Derron Smith 7th min, while East Front Road claimed the win with replies from Shakka Jones 5th and 8th min, Mark Hart 6th min and Sean McKenzie 17th min.
Durban Street then got past Retrieve of Linden 2-1. Durban Street were on target through Reynold Rose 4th min and Colin Softley 6th min, while Kennard Simon 14th min replied for Retrieve.
Game 5 saw Albouystown A and Charlestown ending locked at 1-1. Andrew Murray 3rd min scored for Albouystown, while Charlestown replied with a Claude Bascom 5th min strike.
Stevedore were blown away by Island All star 1-5. Island All star were on target with Paul Porter 5th and 7th min and Jermaine Morrison’s hat-trick in the 8th, 14th and 17th min. Stevedore’s Kwesi Winter 15th min made the lone reply.
Game 7 resulted in West Back Road beating Albouystown B 2-0. Jermaine Sutton 8th min and Ryan Thomas 17th min scored for the winner.
The 8th and final game of the night resulted in West Front, Gold is money, overcoming Back Circle 2-1. Michael Pedro 3rd min and Hubert Pedro 7th min scored early for the winners, while Andy Duke 15th min pulled one back for Back Circle.