Grassfield Athletic Club

Muscat FC players line-up

Grassfield Athletic Club and Muscat Secure Wins

Following the draw in their first championship encounter, Gardnersville based Grassfield Athletic Club (GAC) and former 2nd division side Muscat FC yesterday secured wins at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

GAC collected their first three points after defeating Paynesville based Angel Force FC 3-1.

The Grassfield Boys were the best side for the first quarter of the match with their dominance in ball possession and attacks that saw Savior Ernest getting close to scoring with two one-on-one opportunities in the 6th and 11th minutes that he failed to convert into goals.

Coach Otis Tarnue talks to two of his players during the break

Muscat FC Draw in First Match

Paynesville based Muscat FC were on Friday forced to a draw by Grassfield Atlethic Club (GAC) in their first 3rd division championship match at the Tusa Sports pitch in Gardnersville.

The former 1st division side went down within three minutes after GAC’s John Momo scored a free kick to put the home side ahead.

Noted for their control of ball possession, Muscat FC held the ball from the midfield and raised the tempo on their opponents. They were awarded a penalty in the 24th minute that was scored by midfielder Zubah Vessilee in the 25th.

Champion Club BYC Football eliminated Stade Malien from the CAF Championship League yesterday in Bamako

BYC Eliminates Stade Malien 7-6

The gods of football yesterday smiled on BYC Football as they eliminated Stade Malien 7-6 on penalties in the second leg of their CAF Championship League match in Bamako.

However, in the CAF Confederation Cup, Monrovia Club Breweries (MCB) fell 4-0 to Algerian champions JS Kabylie in their match played in Algeria yesterday.

The Liberians had defeated the Algerians 3-0 in Monrovia in the first leg; the second leg loss shocked sporting fans.

Striker Julius Wotoe, who got the winner, walking out of the pitch; Barrolle’s president Eugene Nagbe speaks to reporters after the match

Mighty Barrolle ‘Peppers’ Invincible Eleven 2-1

A late goal from Julius Wotoe of Mighty Barrolle yesterday saw the “Kanyan Pepper Boys” defeating their traditional rivals Invincible Eleven 2-1 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

Striker Wotoe, who was on the score sheet in his side’s two previous wins against ELWA United and Barrack Young Controllers, was introduced midway through the first half and got the winner in the 72nd minute after he forced his way through to get the ball at the back of the net.

Barrolle’s President Nagbe and the team that defeated ELWA United 4-0

Barrolle Defeat ELWA United 4-0

Ahead of their clash against their traditional rivals, Invincible Eleven (IE), this Sunday, Mighty Barrolle whipped Paynesville-based ELWA United 4-0 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium on Wednesday.

The Rollers, after suffering their 6th defeat out of seven games to Nimba United, bounced back from their nightmare with a comprehensive victory against 9th placed ELWA United.


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