Pro-ballers and Hot Tool victorious in Memorial league

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Pro-ballers and Hot Tool picked up big victories over the weekend in the Table Hill Gardens Denfield “Tody” Thomas Memorial football league.

Ballers trounced Stray Dogs, 4-1 on Saturday in Liberta with goals from Leroy Brathwaite, Courtney Clarke, Jahred Williams and Ocie Knight.

Hot Tool followed suit in the feature match-up, handing Harbour Ballers a 3-0 defeat.

Raji Phillip was one goal shy of a hattrick while teammate, Kimoi Alexander struck home in the second half.

In the other match-up played that day, New Generation and Bethesda played to an one-all draw.

Wilden Cornwall Jr scored for New Generation while the equaliser came from an own goal.

Twenty-four hours later, The F and Napoli found themselves in the winner’s circle with both teams winning by a 1-0 margin.

The F, with a strike from Enoch Lewis, edged out East Bank Demerara, while the lone goal by Gress Samuel gave Napoli a full three points over Young Farmers. English Harbour and Sick People who also faced off that day played to a one-all draw.

Nigel Graham of English Harbour and Amwa Isaac of Sick People were the lone goal scorers.

Meanwhile, in the Fort Road Football league,

Cool Runnings handed Fort Road West a 2-0 defeat, while Sunday Runners

suffered their third straight loss, falling 2-0 to Fort Road East.

 Chad Vidal and Yakira Hughes were the goal-scorers for Cool Runnings while Joumal Semper and Greg Monroe found the back of the net for Fort Road East.

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