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Four Matches Played In Bordelais Correctional Facility Futsal Competition


The Bordelais Correctional Facility Safe Face Futsal competition kicked off at the Richfond Playing Field on Sunday 26th March with the playing of four matches.

In a female encounter Conway defeated Braville FC – Female Correctional Officers 11 – 1. They were led by Ellaisia Marquis, 8, Faye Joseph 2 and Jamillea Joseph 1 goal. Delia Alexander scored for Braville FC.

In the first male encounter, Octave FC from Bordelais Correctional Facility edged out Back On Track 4 – 3.

Scoring for Octave FC were Denis Joseph with a brace and one each from Devon Felix and Kevin Deveaux.

Luthan Felix, Kurdell Edwards and Kerdni Fenelon scored for Back On Track.

Mabouya Valley had a comfortable 7 – 2 victory over New Village, with goals from Canice Sandiford 3, Claudio Joseph 2, and one each from Lyton Sandiford and Kecj Pascal.

Cornelius and Malik Cooper scored for New Village

The final game between La Clery and L T United out of Bordelais was laced with lots of thrills and excitement, with La Clery after being down 2 – 0 fought gallantly to draw 2 – 2.

For LT United, Peterson Scott and Shawn Samuels were the goal scorers, while Leroy Stephen scored a brace for La Clery.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Football Association Inc.


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