Jul 11, 2013 Sports
There were three wins and a draw recorded in the latest round of matches of the Stag Beer/West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) division one league last weekend.
Apart from Slingerz FC maintaining their stranglehold at the top of the points table, Young Achievers’ Desroy Adams stole the spotlight when he banged six goals past the Wales goalkeeper in his side’s 10-0 rout.
Wales have virtually been the whipping boys of the tournament to date and that billing did not change when they took on Young Achievers, a Pouderoyen based club.
Adams rocked the nets in the 9th, 41st, 45th, 50th, 55th and 58th minute and was supported by Lloyd Prince who contributed a brace in the 51st and 65th minute. There was one each for Sherwin Liverpool (18) and Winston Johnson (63).
The other game on Saturday produced another comfortable win for the home team, Den Amstel who got past Bagotville/Nismes FC, 2-0, Jeffrey Pereira converting both goals either side of play; 17th and 62nd minute.
Slingerz continued to impose their will on the other teams in the league when they whipped De Kinderen 7-0.
Tichard Joseph hit the target on four occasions (11, 34, 48, and 57) with Devon Millington hitting a double in the 57th and 79th minute. The other goal came off the boot of Quason McCaullay in the 30th minute.
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