Football Tournament: Island Pure defeats Warriors; Caribbean Depot draws with FC United
Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
The first two games of the San Pedro Sports Council Tournament being done in collaboration with Councilor Gaby Nunez & Coordinator Ernildo Jones took place this past Sunday on November 2nd, 2013 at the Ambergris Stadium.
The first game was between Island Pure and Warriors, and Island Pure would secure a 3 to 1 win. Scoring goals on behalf of the winning team were players Brandon Santos(#6), Brandon Gonzales (#7) and Moises Mejia(#9). One yellow card was given to Island Pure player, Elan Gonzales.
Game two was played between Caribbean Depot and FC United, and the tight game ended in a 4-4 draw. Scoring goals for Caribbean Depot were Juan Carlos Villatoro (#2), Oscar Mendez(#6), Alberto Quintanilla(#8) , and Arby Novelo (#14). Matching those goal amounts for FC United were players Joel Banner, Ismael Figueroa, and 2-time scorer Andy Mejia. A total of three yellow cards were given in this match, one to Andy Mejia and Giovanni Reyes of FC United and the other to Ruben Pat of Caribbean Depot.
Two games will take place on Tuesday November 5th . The first game will be a match between Dorado and Veterans at 7PM. The second match is scheduled for 9PM between Island Pure and Alfaro’s Construction. Ernildo Jones invites the public to come out and support in San Pedro’s footballers
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