Amsterdam United through a hat-trick of goals off the boot of Adrian Amsterdam made light work of Real Union, beating them 5-1 in the opening match of a double header which was played recently at Burnham Park.
Adams netted in the 15th, 20th & 55th minutes, while there was one each from Delroy Dean 65th minute and
Kelvin Joseph 78th min. Real Union’s lone goal was scored by Delwin Fraser in the 60th minute.
The feature game saw Cougars FC toil against a revamped Pistons United, back in the competition after being absent for the past three seasons, defeating them 2-0. For Cougars Junior Simmons found the back of Pistons net 8 minutes into play thereby giving the impression that they would make Pistons United wish they were not present.
However, it was not until the 78th minute when Cougars again found the net from a Ryan Stewart’s shot which beat the Pistons custodian Andre James who had a very good match.
The tournament continues today and tomorrow with matches slated for venues on both sides of the Berbice River.
In today’s fixture, Pistons United take on Scottsburg United at Burnham Park from 16:00 hrs.
Then tomorrow two double headers are fixed at different venues.
At Burnham Park, starting from 14:00 hrs, Cougars tackle Mahaicony United and that game will be followed by the clash between N/A United and Monedderlust.
Over at Blairmont, Strike Force United play against Real Union.
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