The Orange First Division Match-day two put up four wins and two draws from six league games across separate locations in Montserrado, Margibi, and Nimba Counties on Sunday, 7 November.
There were wins for new boys Heaven and Invincible Eleven, as Monrovia Club Breweries and the Gold boys of Bea Mountain collected their first wins of the season.
In Yekepa, League’s debutants Heaven Eleven recorded what will go down as a historic victory in the club’s history.
The Gangra boys whipped Football Club Watanga 1-nil with a dramatic goal from second half’s substitute, Augustine Dayougar in the 68th minute.
It became the first win for the Yekepa side in their first home match of the season and the first ever First Division League game to be played in the Concession City.
The first period was surely a competitive encounter as the newcomers managed to contain their experienced League One opponents, Watanga.
There were few chances missed in the opening half, but Watanga front-man Chauncey Freeman had most of the opportunities.
Kulah Gonloryon could have gotten the opening goal for the home side at the verge of recess, but he feebly hit a strike against a well-constructed Watanga’s defense.
However, the last period became a different case scenario for the visitors with the introduction of top-notch Dayougar who literally turned out to be a big nightmare for the defenders of Watanga.
The youngster got the opener and a goal which will go down in history for ages and for generation after a fast throw-in was taken by Gonloryon when the goalkeeper came out of his lines to clear a ball that beat his defenders.
Dayougar’s strike became the winning goal for home side Heaven Eleven in the crucial encounter.
Heaven Eleven have now maintained an impressive start so far from their opening two matches since coming to the top-flight.
The win put Heaven Eleven 5th on the table, with Watanga going down to the sixth place on the 12 teams table.
Ten-man Monrovia Club Breweries claimed a magnificent three-zero victory over Mighty Barrolle at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
Trokon Yancy, Alexander Tarway, and Festus Blapoh all had their names on the score sheet as Breweries collected their first win of the season.
The win set Club Breweries in charge of the league table with 4 points and three goals atop the ladder after one win and a draw.
The IE’s Sunshine Yellow boys also collected their first win of the season with a breathtaking 2-1 triumphed over Nimba Kwado at the Blue Field in PHP.
Coach Samuel Sumo men began on a good note with Ballack Somah netting in an opener to give a first half victory to the Yellow boys.
The second half was even more tense up for the visitors with Somah getting his second.
Nimba Kwado got a consolation through new signing Boakai Balo.
It was a comeback win for the Sunshine Yellow boys who bowed to a 1-0 defeat to LISCR in their opening fixture at the ATS last Wednesday.
Invincible Eleven moved 7th on the log with 3 points; the Ton Peæ boys dropped ninth following the Match-day two outcome.
Kwado are still without a win after their opening two games of the season as far as the league is concern.
In another match-day action, Freeport FC recorded their second consecutive draw of the season from their opening two fixtures.
The Greens held Sandi FC to a nil-nil equalizer at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata.
The Bushrod Islanders are seventh on the log, whilst new boys Sandi remained second from behind with a point in hand.
Nimba United suffered their second successive defeat of the new season, this time at home in the hands of the Gold boys of Bea Mountain.
A Prince Zowah’s lone goal could not save a point for United as Leon Quamie and Varney Kiazolu bounced in a goal each to grabbed all three points for visiting side, Bea Mountain.
The win take Bea Mountain third on the log beneath leaders Club Breweries and defending champions LPRC Oilers.
Nimba United remained stationed at the bottom of the table on nothing, with five negative goals.
It was a cracker in the Gardnersville Derby involving title holders LPRC Oilers and last season’s runner-up LISCR.
Both sides dared to bow in the biggest showdown of the day at the TUSA Field in a sensational contest.
No goal was produced in the blockbusting game as both sides settled to a full-time equalizer of nothing.
The Oil boys remained second with 4 points, as the Shipping boys of LISCR dropped at the fourth-spot on 4 points.