Wins for Den Amstel and Western Tigers in KFC Elite League


Buxton United FC, rooted at the bottom of the table, endured another defeat, this time against Den Amstel FC, while Western Tigers FC moves up one spot to fifth position with a win over Ann’s Grove United FC in Saturday’s fixtures of Round Two of the KFC Elite League Season Six.

In the June 29 matches at the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Training Centre in Providence, East Bank Demerara, Den Amstel’s Jahshaun Moore opened the scoring in the 64th minute after a goalless first half.

Anthony Benn doubled their advantage in the 80th minute. Despite Inceford Charles pulling one back for Buxton United in the 81st minute, they couldn’t find an equaliser before the final whistle.

The evening’s finale saw Andrew Murray net twice for Western Tigers in the ninth and 11th minutes. Ryan Seales grabbed Ann’s Grove United’s lone goal in the 22nd minute, but was unable to breach Western Tigers’ defence for a second time.

Action between Buxton and Den Amstel

As the new month of competition kicks off, the Guyana Defence Force maintains its lead with 31 points, having secured 10 wins and one draw, alongside an impressive tally of 47 goals.

Slingerz FC from West Demerara holds onto second place with 29 points, earned from nine wins, two draws and 44 goals. The Guyana Police Force FC remains in third position with 28 points, having won nine matches, drawn one and lost two in 11 outings.

Santos FC occupies fourth place with 24 points, notching up eight wins and enduring five losses. Western Tigers FC’s recent victory propels them up to fifth place with 18 points, courtesy of six wins and six losses, while Fruta Conquerors FC slides down to sixth place with 16 points from five wins, one draw and six losses.

Despite a loss over the weekend, Den Amstel FC maintains their grip on seventh place with 12 points, secured from three wins, three draws and seven losses.

Ann’s Grove United FC remains in eighth position with 11 points, winning three matches, drawing two and losing eight, closely followed by Monedderlust FC in ninth place with nine points from two wins, three draws and seven losses.

Buxton United FC remains at the bottom in 10th place, securing only one point from a solitary draw and suffering twelve losses.

July 4 fixtures: Den Amstel FC will go head-to-head with Police FC from 18:30h, followed by Fruta Conquerors FC taking on GDF FC from 21:00h at the National Training Centre.

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