Play has begun in the Corentyne Cup football competition for teams in Corentyne area.
Latest results show GTU Teachers United travelling to the Scottsburg Community Centre Ground to eke out a hard fought 3-2 victory over No51 football Club in their encounter. The Teacher’s charge was lead by a Colin Bowery hat-trick in the 27th, 48th and 50th minutes. No 51 got their goals through a double off the boot of Perri Tello in the 53rd and 55th minutes.
The other game showed similar result with Courtland also through a hat-trick by Joshua Grimes holding off Corriverton Links 3-2. Grimes was on target in the 13th, 24th and 33rd minutes as his team raced to a 3-0 lead at half time.
Colis Bentley responded in the 58th and 63rd minutes as they fought back in the second half.
The tournament continues Sunday with Manchester/Liverpool taking on Siparuta of the Corentyne River at the same venue. Six teams are participating in the tournament.
According to the organizers the objective of the tournament is to promote football at the senior level in the Corentyne area. While also assist in the development of the game in the area and to encourage clubs not affiliated with the Berbice Football Association (BFA) to get themselves properly organized.
The final is set for the 14th November.
All the matches will be played at the Scottsburg Ground, Corriverton Corentyne.
Incentives will be presented to the top three teams, highest goal scorer, and best goalkeeper, while medals will also be presented to the players of the top three teams.
Among the sponsors are the Swiss House Corentyne, DR Chand of Skeldon, Sookpaul Service Station, the BFA and Football enthusiast, coach and referee Randy ‘Blades’ Sears.
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