-semis, final set for tonight
The Bartica Community Centre was abuzz with excitement as play in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Competition opened on Friday evening before a large crowd.
Among those present was Guinness Brand Manager Lee Baptiste who witnessed some entertaining matches as teams battled for the sole spot to represent the community at the National Playoffs set for early next month.
Eventual winners Almanac Kings and Times Square set the tone for the night when they battled to a 2-2 draw in regulation time, before the former escaped with a 2-1 win in the penalty shootout.
The game that followed ended in similar fashion after regulation time failed to separate a 2-2 stalemate, before Campbellville won 2-1 via sudden death penalty kicks.
Action was set to resume last evening at the same venue with the semi-finals and final slated for tonight.
The night’s full results:
Game -1 Almanac King -2 vs Times Square -2
Almanac Kings Won 2-1 via Penalty Kicks
Don Lam 3rd Min
Ricardo Perreira 5th Min
Time Square Scorers
Cyprian Collison 12th Min
Rondell Calender 23rd Min
Game- 2 Campbellville-2 vs Street Kings -2
Campbellville won 2-1 via Sudden Death Penalty Kicks
Street King Scorers
Elijah Fraser 5th Min
Shameer Mentore 15th Min
Kelvin Isaacs 20th
Marvin Bamfield 26th
River-View -3 vs Lotto Arcade 1
River View Scorers
Romario Lake 7th Min
Steven Edwards 15th
Andel Norton 30th
Mclean Pickett 25th
Police-2 vs Beacon One Love -1
Roderick Hamilton 18th Min
Mark Boyce 33rd Min
Beacon One Love Scorer
Randy Adams 6th Min
Young Guns -0 vs Plantain Slice -1
Plantain Slice Scorer
Shawn Dash 8th Min
All Stars-1 vs Beacon Die Hard-0
All Stars Scorer
Ryan Scott 28th Min
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