Monday 21 October, 2019

Wales takes early Premier League lead

Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales dictated the tempo and enjoyed the majority of possession.

Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales dictated the tempo and enjoyed the majority of possession.

Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales impressively kicked off their title defence, with an industrious 2-0 victory over Mackeson Brittons Hill, at the Empire Sports Club grounds last night.

After Abrahams Silver Sands won earlier in the evening to go to the top of Zone 1, Wales’ victory allowed them to claim the top spot in that group, based on their superior goal average.

Brittons Hill fought courageously throughout the match and was competitive, especially in the first period.

Organized defensively and attacking quickly via the counterattack with the pace of forwards, Denzil Fordyce and Norrin Corbin, however, they lacked the composure to test custodian Omari Eastmond.

Wales as expected, dictated the tempo and enjoyed the majority of possession, but lacked that final bit of quality in the attacking third.

A bout of tactical brilliance occurred in the 87th minute, when Wales introduced former national forward Riverre Williams into the match, and with his first touch, he nudged the ball over the line after a corner into the box, causing some problems for the Brittons Hill defence.

Romario Harewood was rewarded for his hardwork in the 94th minute, thanks to a bit of negligence by Brittons Hill goalkeeper Shaquille Fakhir Frank, who allowed a very tame left-footed effort by Harewood, to trickle under his body and into the goal.

 

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