With nine games left to end the Orange National 2nd Division league, Yekepa-based Heaven Eleven continue to keep their eye on the championship crown as they continue an uncompromising form since the start of the current campaign.
The Mount Gangra Boys demonstrated another peak performance as they fought their way through with remarkable 3-2 away win over Margibi-based Mighty Blue Angels at the refurbished TUSA Field in the township of Gardnersville on Friday afternoon, in a Match-day 17 fixture.
The win brought to total 14 wins from their last 17 games with 3 draws as they stayed unbeaten in the season so far. They now hold 12 points ahead of 2nd-placed BYC-ll, the league’s defending champions.
Barrack Young Controllers (BYC-ll) defeated Junior Professionals 3-1 at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata to move second on the ladder behind on-coming champions Heaven Eleven.
Muscat FC’s new boss Daniel Sasley marked his debut with a crucial 2-1 victory over Mouctaar Fofana’s Tony FC at the TUSA Field.
At Gompa Sports Stadium in Ganta, homeside Ganta Almighty collected all 3 points from Stages FC, thanks to an 80th minute Samuel Tehteh’s finished and Chris Kollie provided the assist. Stages are now pushed further down the stairs as they continue to fight their way out of the relegation territory.
Jai and the Church Boys Jubilee played to tied score at 2-2 at the ATS.
Gardnersville FC smashed Sandi 4-1 to help them pushed to safety zone.
Keitrace FC opened a 7-1 surprise package for their host FC Fassell at the George Weah Technical Center in Careysburg. The win is the biggest for Keitrace so far in the season.
A hat-trick from Christopher Jerboe alongside two goals each from Lawrence Darwolo and Bob Leaye were just sufficient to secure them [Keitrace] their goal raining victory.