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Petersfield, Little London take lead into return leg of WFA Major League semis

BY PAUL A REID
Observer West writer

Thursday, May 16, 2019

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LLANDILO, Westmoreland — Petersfield FC and Little London FC will take contrasting leads into tomorrow's return leg semi-finals of the Westmoreland Football Association Dujon Construction Major League at the Llandilo playfield in the parish.

Petersfield FC scored a big 6-1 win over Westmoreland Police, while Little London edged George's Plain 1-0 in the set of matches played on the weekend.

The winners on aggregate after tomorrow's return legs will meet in the final set for next Thursday.

In Sunday's first leg of the semi-finals, Oshawn Neil scored a hat-trick and Clive Silbourne scored a brace for Petersfield FC in their convincing victory.

Petersfield FC jumped out to a quick lead and were up 3-0 in the first 17 minutes before Westmoreland Police managed to pull one back.

Neil opened the scoring in the sixth minute, Romario Whyte added a second in the 14th minute and Neil got his second in the 17th minute.

Odane Cunningham scored for Westmoreland Police in the 25th minute, but Silbourne restored Petersfield FC's three goals buffer in the 27th minute as they led 4-1 at half time.

Neil completed his hat-trick in the 48th minute, while Silbourne got his brace in the 81st minute.

Tariq Mahabeir scored the only goal in the other game as Little London got an edge over George's Plain FC.


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