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Feb 7, 2005

Kremandala upsets Yabra in BPFL play

Story PictureJames Adderley, Reporting
Good evening I?m James Adderley right back at you with another fresh portion of Sports Monday. Week III of the Regents Cup Tournament brought the long awaited Belize City Southside derby to the MCC Grounds as newcomer, Kremandala Lake, played host to former champion Kulture Yabra yesterday and we certainly advise you to strap on your seat belts for this ride.

Folks it?s certainly an extended feeling out process as both teams remain in the cautious mode until Deon Flowers works his magic to find David McCauley and the Veteran gives the Lake a 1-zip lead eighteen minutes in.

In the meantime folks we just caught a glimpse of this vicious Norman Nunez on former team-mate Deron Jones who does recover to continue the struggle.

Nunez then attempts to produce the equalizer on this move, gets taken down by Wilson Brooks, either inside the eighteen or on the edge but gets no call.

Talk about picking the wrong option, Tyrone Mushcamp gets this open look decide to beat his man and then takes too long to launch a rather weak looking push and at intermission the Lake leads 1-zip.

Hey Belize, we?re only three minutes into second half when David McCauley Jr. fires this wicked left foot long-range bomb that crashes behind Elroy Rowley to make it a 2-zip lead.

It?s now a severely intense ballgame and Deon Flowers who holds the ball for the Lake offence simply gets to feel some pain because of it.

In heavy traffic, T-Buly Mushchamp leads Tillman left for a one on one situation with Stanley Reneau the goalkeeper and this time, Belize?s most successful international striker comes up with the conversion to half the deficit.

Nunez is now a man a mission as he fires this potent right foot only to see Reneau come up with a big time save.

Let me ask you quickly folks does this always happen in a throwing in a legitimate football game? If it does I?m glad I?m not playing football right now.

Folks it?s getting late as Yabra searches for the equalizer and should have found it here but it?s not to be.

Yabra has now become the team with the pressure and Daniel Thomas does everything except get the pill past a diving Reneau.

Speaking of Stanley Reneau folks, we can only marvel out his flying skills to deny Norman Nunez the head touch that would have tied the score for Kulture. Kremandala Lake hangs on to the two to one big W to pick up its first win in the Regents Cup.

Meanwhile picking up its third winning three tries was defending champion Sagitun who Saturday night edged the Calcutta Bulls two to one.

At the Norman Broaster Stadium, the San Pedro Seahawks salvaged a 1-zip win over the host team Cayo Avengers. While Print Belize Griga got burned 1-zip by Juventus at Dangriga to remain winless.

Turning to the Cycling scene, thirteen riders suited up yesterday for Shamba Dominguez Airport Cycling Classic and I?m sure you do recognize some of these riders in this non-elite event that left the Airport to return for the big finish right where it started .

At the entrance on the Northern Highway Albert Jones, the oldest rider today, proves that he may be old but definitely far from cold.

Ian Abraham the steps out to claim the province at Morana?s Home Essentials.

Give Augustus Smith the station prize at the Boom Cut off and he would also take the Boom Bridge prize.

Meanwhile if you think Albert Jones dropped a Cocky Welch move well here he is claiming another station prize this time at the Fresh Pond entrance.

When the pace pulls up at the Hattieville turn around it?s Jerome Moir in control. So we fast-forward to the finish. And it?s the man in blue Augustus smith of Customs pulling into the finish live with a time of one hour and fifty-four minutes, six seconds to take top honours.

George Gillette pulls up second ahead of veteran Albert Jones who has to settled fro third.

Ian Abraham finishes fourth while Jerome Moir rounds out the top five. We certainly say good show to the organisers. Of course this weekend in cycling brings up the Valentines Classic one of the major event on the annual calendar. Hey stay tuned.

That?s it for now though. We thank our cameramen for their great work over the weekend. Jah over all, I?m James Adderley.


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