Wins for Police and Santos in KFC Elite League


Guyana Police Force FC maintained their grip on third place in the table with a victory over Buxton United FC in latest action, while Santos FC secured their fourth spot in the standings of Round Two of the KFC Elite League Season Six by defeating Ann’s Grove United FC.

Fans at the June 22 fixtures witnessed a commanding performance from the Police side, who scored five goals against Ann’s Grove United and conceded just one.

Meanwhile, Santos displayed dominance by netting six goals and shutting down all scoring opportunities for Ann’s Grove United.

In the opening match at the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Training Centre in Providence, East Bank Demerara, Neron Barrow of the Guyana Police Force netted three stunning goals in the 10th, 18th and 88th minutes.

Chai Williams and Jermine Junor contributed the remaining goals for their team in the 74th and 84th minutes, respectively. Tyreek Cummins scored Buxton United’s solitary goal in the 90+2nd minute.

Part of the action between Santos and Ann’s Grove

In the final match of the night, Santos asserted their dominance on the field with goals scored by Ryan Dowding in the ninth minute, Ian Daniels in the 25th minute, Andrew Simmons in the 66th, 71st, and 90+1st minutes and Shem James in the 74th minute.

Ann’s Grove United FC faced difficulties in breaking through Santos’ formidable defence.

As the new week begins, the points table standings show little change.

Guyana Defence Force continues to lead with 31 points, boasting 10 wins and one draw, accompanied by an impressive goal tally of 47. Slingerz FC of West Demerara maintains second place with 29 points, secured from nine wins, two draws, and 44 goals scored.

Guyana Police Force is in third place with 28 points, having played 11 matches, winning nine, drawing one and losing two.

Santos FC occupies fourth position with 24 points, achieved through eight wins and five losses, while Fruta Conquerors FC follows in fifth place, accumulating 16 points from five wins, one draw and six losses.

Western Tigers FC remains in sixth place with 15 points from five wins and six losses after 11 games, while Den Amstel FC holds seventh place with 12 points, recording three wins, three draws and seven losses.

Ann’s Grove United FC sits in eighth position with 11 points, having won three matches, drawn two, and lost eight, followed closely by Monedderlust FC in ninth position with nine points from two wins, three draws and seven losses.

At the bottom of the table, Buxton United FC remains in 10th place, securing one point from a solitary draw and twelve losses.

Upcoming fixtures on June 27: GDF FC will face off against Monedderlust FC from 18:30h, followed by Fruta Conquerors FC taking on Slingerz FC from 21:00h at the National Training Centre.

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