Play in the Corentyne Cup 2014 Football Competition organized by the Corriverton Links Football Club in association with the Scottsburg Community Centre continued recently with one match.
In the game played at the Scottsburg ground, which is the venue for the matches, No 51 and Courtland played to a 3-3 draw with No 51 eventually securing victory in penalty shootout.
Goal scorers for No 51 were Jamal Rose with a double in the 20th and 25th minutes, while Peter Tello also netted two in the 17th and 52nd minutes.
Scoring for Courtland was Collis Barnett with a double in the 38th and 49th minutes, Nicholas Rose in the 8th and Sherwin Crandon in the 45th minute.
The teams participating in the competition are Corriverton Links, NO 51 Football Club, Courtland Football Club, Manchester/Liverpool Football Club and guest team Teachers United.
The objective of the tournament is to promote football at the senior level in the Corentyne area, 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.
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.
The semi-finals will be played shortly with Manchester set to play Teachers United in the first semi-final, while in the second game No 51 will play Corriverton Links. (Samuel Whyte)
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