THE 2018 Corporate Warfare Futsal tournament sponsored by Timeout Entertainment returns to the Beausejour Indoor Practice Facility tomorrow evening and Saturday 29th September following a five day break with much anticipation and lots of excitement both on and off centre court from start to finish.
A massive crowd is expected to be in attendance and based on last week Friday attendance; it’s likely, only standing room will be available, but one thing for certain, the teams playing in tomorrow evening matches will bring along all the support from their work place to keep the momentum going on centre court.
Round two, Game 1, from 6.30 p.m. WASCO plays Digicel; next on centre court, BuiltecInc versus Sandals La Toc at 7.30 p.m.; the ever improving Bel Jou team with play maker Romiel Felix in their lineup will face defending champions PCD from 8.30 p.m. and the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force will want nothing less than a win when they clash with KM2 Solutions from 9.30 p.m.
On Saturday evening, three matches are on the card, from 6.3.0 p.m. Beachcomber takes on the Ministry of Infrastructure; DBC plays the Saint Lucia Fire Service at 7.30 p.m. and CPJ comes up against Saint Lucia Teachers Credit Corporative Union.
Meanwhile, in the last round of matches played this past weekend, Digicel defeated Sandals 3 -2. For Digicel the goal scorers were Alex St. Cyre 9th, Dwayne Christophe 19th, and Cleus Griffith 36th. For Sandals Halycon, Cleveland Simon 26th and Akim Francis 40th.
In Game 2, KM2 Solutions was awarded 3 goals plus three points as LUCELEC failed to show up for their matchup.
Game 3, Sandals La Toc breezed past the Ministry of the Public Service, 5-1. The goal scorers for Sandals La Toc were Nicage Edward 3rd and 38th, Melvin Aurelien 10th, KenviePolius 36th and Ravi Wilfred in the 37th. For Ministry of Public Service, Nail Wells in the 4th minute.
In match No. 4, defending champions PCD signal their intention as they made light work of the Saint Lucia Fire Service, defeating them 4-1. The goal scorers for PCD were Javis Joseph a hatrick in the 6th, 10th and 29th, while Selence Barthelmy added the other in the 39th. For SLFS, their lone goal was scored by Stan Antoine in the 9th.
In awards presented, Team of the Night, Sandal La Toc, Player of the Night, Devon St.Prix, (Digicel) for his outstanding performance between the uprights for his team.
On Saturday 22nd, Sandals Grande defeated Small Business Owners 3-2. For Sandals Grande Tev Lawrence with a hatrick in the 10th, 26th and 36th minute of play; while, Nehemiah Leo strikes in the 31st and 37th minute was not enough for Small Business Owners to send the game into a penalty shootout.
The Saint Lucia Teachers whipped Windjammer 6-2. For SLTU, Nigel Francis open the scoring the 1st minute, Dyke Francis add another in the 4th; two strikes from Dwayne Jn Baptiste in the 18th and 31st, Lynch Isidore 22nd and Randy Poleon 38th. For Windjammer the goal scorers, Miandad Soudine in the 16th and Tyson Fedee in the 24th.
In the final game, Flow had a hard fought win over 1-888 Go Answer despite three of their players scoring two goals each, Marlon Christopher in the 17th, 33rd, Alex Rosemond 19th, 40th, and Anthony Christopher 28th and 38th minute. For 1-888 Go Answer, Michael Marius in the 7th, Romario Lewis 12th, 15th and Dusty Daniel in the 23rd minute.
In awards presented, Team of the Night, Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU), Player on the Night, Tev Lawrence (Sandals Grande) for scoring a hatrick.
To date a total of 101goals have been scored at an average of 5.94 per game. The highest / top scoring teams – (1st) Flow 15, (2nd) Saint Lucia Teachers Union 11, (3rd) 1-888 Go Answer 10, (4th) Sandals Grande and the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force tied on 7, (5th) WASCO 6, (6th) Sandals La Toc and Windjammer tied on 5, (7th) PCD and Small Business Owners tied on 4.
Most goals – Tev Lawrence (Sandals Grande) and Anthony Christopher (FLOW) led the charge with 6 goals each, while Nehemiah Leo (Small Business Owners), Marlon Christopher (Flow), Lynch Isidore (Saint Lucia Teachers Union), Javis Joseph (PCD) and Emery Barthelmy (Royal Saint Lucia Police Force) all have three each.
Hat trick scores – Tev Lawrence (2), Javis Joseph, Emery Barthelmy and Anthony Christopher, (1) each.