Soesdyke Falcons trounced their neighbours Timehri Panthers 5-1, while Agricola won via
the walk over route as Mocha Champs failed to turn up on the penultimate day of play in the East Bank Football Association/Stag Beer sponsored division-one league on Sunday at the Grove playfield.
With the points collected, Agricola ended in second place on 32 points to Grove Hi Tech, already sealing the crown with one game still in the bag. Mocha for their efforts ended their campaign at the bottom of the points table with a single point with just one draw from their 14 matches.
In the day’s lone encounter, Soesdyke Falcons ended on a high with a 5-1 hammering of their neighbours Timehri Panthers thanks to a double from Trevor Marshall who rocked the back of the nets in the 8th and 44th minute.
Orin Tasher was on target in the 10th minute, Ulatto Smith in the 38th while Colin McLean sealed the deal in the 81st minute. Timehri Panthers were gifted a consolation goal in the 33rd minute via an own goal from Soesdyke.
Meanwhile, based on the Referees report that was submitted following the abandoned game between Agricola and Kuru Kururu Warriors on September 21st, the EBFA Executive decided that the game would be awarded to Agricola.
When the game ended due to an altercation between Agricola’s Gordon Grant and Kuru Kururu Warriors’ Joseph Walker; Grant was suspended for two games, while Walker was slapped with a three game suspension.
Latest Points Standings
Teams P W L D GF GA GD Points
Grove 13 12 1 0 53 12 41 36
Agricola 14 10 2 2 34 13 21 32
Soesdyke 14 9 5 0 37 22 15 27
Timehri 14 8 6 0 25 19 6 24
KK Warriors 13 6 6 1 27 31 -4 19
Diamond 13 2 9 2 7 25 -18 8
Herstelling 13 2 8 3 11 50 -39 8
Mocha 14 0 13 1 11 34 -23 1
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