Former Gedi & Sons striker, Terry Sackor has erupted his first six goals in a friendly game last Tuesday, ending all talk of a dry spell as he led a 8-1 demolition of Sime Darby FC for BYC II to scare their opponents in the pending 2014/2015 LFA League.
Last season, BYC II settled second in a 10-team zone which was topped by Nimba United, while FC Fassell headed the Zone of eight, followed by Aries of the 2nd division League.
The BYC II hit-man intermittently followed Wesley Washington who netted a double, in a stunning 90-minute span to convincingly thrash the Palm Oil Boys who are struggling to regain management’s support.
Terry’s six goals on the Blue Field gave him a tally to 7 goals in two friendly matches as he beautifully hit his opener on Friday which sealed the 3-0 win against Gardnersville FC.
“His performance left his coach almost awe-struck at Sime Darby's helpless defenders,” Joshua Neah, a die-hard fan of BYC Football told the Daily Observer via mobile phone.
He added: "What more can be said? Terry has improved just as the team has. This is the first time he has scored six goals in a game and that is good news for everyone, for him, for the team and in terms of the upcoming LFA League."
Terry's outburst might have moved him ahead of teammates George Dauda, Wesley Washington and Sam Jackson to have grabbed the title they missed last year.
After the goalless first half, Randy Dukuly was replaced with George Dauda who drew the first blood in the 49th minute through a penalty-kick. Another substitute player, Sam Jackson who took over from Joekie Flomo, increased the tally in the 61st minute and Wonder boy Terry Sackor sealed the score 3-0 in the 83rd minute.
Also, in a friendly, football giants, BYC I drew goalless with LISCR FC at home last Friday.
Meanwhile, the youthful BYC II is expected to host another 2nd division outfit, Holder FC today, at 3:00pm on the Blue Field.