Despite Den Amstel Football Club’s (FC) emphatic 4-0 win over New Amsterdam United FC during Sunday’s Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Elite League double header at the National Track & Field Center (NTFC) at Leonora, Fruta Conquerors FC are still top of the points table.
Delon Lanfernman led the West side team with a hat-trick, while Andre Hector scored the fourth and final goal of the dominating performance against the Berbice team.
Although Den Amstel has been very free scoring, they are second to the Tucville side Conquerors that have a superior goal difference of +26, while Den Amstel have +22. Both teams are tied on 29 points but Den Amstel have played two more games than Conquerors and three more than third place Western Tigers that have 27 points.
Meanwhile in the first match on Sunday, Buxton United and Milerock FC played to a 1-1 draw. Oeshanne Garnett opened the scoring to put Buxton ahead in the 19th minute before Keon Sears leveled the match for the Linden based team.
It was an improved result for Milerock who had managed to lose their last two games after being in comfortable positions and their coach Claude Williams and his troops would’ve definitely been happy to have picked up a point.
The league continues Friday at a venue which is yet to be determined with a double header featuring Victoria Kings and New Amsterdam United in the first match at 19:00hrs followed by Western Tigers versus Fruta Conquerors which will be a blockbuster of a match at 21:00hrs.
Please see updated points standing below.
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