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Jun 30, 2014

Football reigned over the weekend; Kaya Cattouse has the stats

Good evening, I’m Kaya Cattouse and this is Sports Monday

 

Sunday evening at the Ladyville football field, Belize District Stars hosted San Antonio F.C. in the 2014 F.F.B. President’s Cup. Alexander Innis plays the ball inside the area to his teammate but the ball was defeated and landed directly in front of Victor Morales who wasted no time and launched towards the goal to shake the nets. Carlos Lino mishandles this ball and he will later have to pay the price. Christian Pena takes it right off Lino’s foot and makes the long pass to Russell Cassanova. Cassanova clears the defender, passes the keeper and pats it into the goal! Carlos Lino makes this bad pass to Floyd Jones. Trevoe Daniels intercepts it, Daniels to Christian Pena, Pena back to Daniels. Daniels then finds Cassanova. Cassanova plays the ball across the goal to the far port…fumbled once, fumbled twice and on the 3rd try, Ian Daniels manages to get it right and sound the 3rd goal to give San Antonio the 3 – 0 victory over Belize District Stars. In other Presidents Cup games, at the Norman Broaster Stadium Progress FC defeated Benque DC United 3 -1. Gabriel Perez stoned two goal for Progresso while Alexander Diaz scored one. Minor Galindo was the goal scorer for Benque. Sagitun FC blanked Estrellas FC 1 zip. Ashley Torres scored a hat trick plus one in 42nd, 53rd, 73rd and 85th minute, Rollin Burgess scored two goals and Lionel Cabral scored one. For the Roaring Creek United Vs. Poona United game, Pomona was unable to travel to Belmopan to play the match. FFB held a meeting earlier today to decide on whether there will be a back match or Roaring Creek will win that game by default.

Summer is here and it’s the perfect time for kids to participate in physical activities. The Smart Stars Football Summer Camp started today and will conclude on the 11th of July at the ITV ET compound from 9 – 11 AM for more information contact Stanley “Jordan” Reneau at 627-4041. There is the Future Football Camp which runs from the 14th – 25th July also at the ITVET Compound from 9 – 11AM contact Edon “Yellowman” Rowley at 662-0371 for more information. And last but definitely not least on Friday night at the Roger’s Stadium Belize Bank Blazers defeated Beacon 10 zip. The winning pitcher was Nicole Arnold.

In other football news in the 8th week of the Smart Mundialito tournament, game 1 saw Ladyville Jaguars defeating Hattieville 1 – 0, Trivon Bainton with the long goal for Ladyville Jaguars. In game 2 City Boys blanked Third World 4 – 0, goal scorers for City Boys were Denroy Lopez with 2 goals while Kyle Samuels and Akeem Sutherland scored a goal each. The third game saw Rising Stars holding the Collet Strikers to a nil – nil ballgame. The City Boys are on top with 20 points and Akeem Sutherland also of City Boys is the leading goal scorer with 5 goals.

On Saturday in game 1 Kelly Street and Vinta played to a 4 – 4 draw. The second game saw North Front Street defeating Base Side Boys 5 – 1. And in the third game, Ebony Lake defeated West Lake by default. On Sunday, in game 1 Survivors defeated Third World by default. The second game saw Tulish and Police Department playing to as 2 – 2 draw.

The C-Ray Cycling Club along with Smart and The Stationary House will be hosting a “Youth Summer Series” for kids 18 years and under. It was previously scheduled to start this Sunday the 6th July however has been postponed due to the clash with the King of the Hill race in Cayo. The start date is now the 13th July and will continue every Sunday thereafter for 5 weeks. Venue – marine Parade and races begin at 1 PM contact 663-0363 for more information.

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