Monday 1 June, 2020

Goals galore in Capelli Cup

The goals continue to flow in the inaugural Barbados Football Association (BFA) Capelli Sport Super Cup.

Last Wednesday evening at the BFA Wildey Turf, Premier League representatives Crane & Equipment Ellerton easily disposed of Checker Hall FC 8-1 in Group D action.

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Ellerton’s captain Shakille Belle was the main destroyer, scoring five goals in the encounter.

The fleet-footed marksman netted in the 5th, 8th, 31st, 51st and 88th minutes.  Ellerton’s other goals came from Rashon Gittens in the 10th minute, Rosean Brathwaite 40th minute and Shaquan Clarke in the 45th minute.

Checker Hall’s lone goal came in the 58th minute from Renaldo Best.

Goals galore in Capelli Cup

In the Wednesday’s nightcap, Cosmos FC fought bravely against Empire SC but the “Blues” from Bank Hall were too much for their inferior ranked opponents, defeating them 3-1.

Zinho Harris scored in each half to lead his team’s attack; scoring in the 5th and 72nd minutes.

Harris’ strike partner, Jabari “Papi” Chandler scored Empire’s other goal in the 8th minute.

Renaldo Farley got on the scorecard for Cosmos in the 36th minute.

On Thursday night, domestic powerhouse Claytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame barely managed to get by Third Division champions Villa United and survived the first possible upset of the competition, winning 1-0.

Former national forward Kyle Gibson’s 40th minute near-post finish, from a rightsided cross was enough to earn the Dames three valuable points and join Ellerton at the top of Group D.

Paradise FC flexed their muscles against Division One bound Fitts Village FC in an 8-1 trashing.

Chai Lloyd marked his return to competition with a hat trick.  Lloyd scored in the 12th, 40th and 55th minutes.

National forward Armando Lashley also scored three goals in the match; 22nd, 59th and 72nd minutes.

Jomo Harris (35th) and Demar Linton (67th) contributed to the Paradise -scorecard.

Fitts Village’s lone goal scorer was Alexandra School forward Javier Nedd, who scored in the 33rd minute.



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