Sport

Santos, Constant Spring Masters defeat New York teams

Saturday, July 27, 2013    

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SANTOS Masters of Jamaica defeated Santos of New York 6-0, while Constant Spring Masters stopped Lions United of New York 3-0 last week Friday at the Constant Spring playing field in the final set of matches of the 2013 Goodwill Tour.

In the opening match Derrick Planter scored a three-timer in the 15th, 56th and 70th minutes, while Winston Pusey scored a brace in the 10th and 66th minutes. Dennis Ellis scored the other goal in the 78th minute for Santos of Jamaica.

In the feature match, an own goal by Robert Hill in the 30th minute gave Constant Spring a 1-0 half-time lead. Julian Lewis in the 49th and Victor 'Keegan' Samuels in the 56th scored the other goals.

In the presentation ceremony which took place at The Pantry Restaurant, Trevor 'TC' Campbell of Santos, Lincoln Taffe of Constant Spring, Michael Mowatt and Eddie Sainerville of Lions of New York, were honoured by Lions of New York for their outstanding service and dedication to their respective clubs over the years.

They also presented football equipment, including balls, bibs and cones to Neville Lyn of Constant Spring and Wayne Shaw of Santos for the Lalyce Gray Basic, Clan Carty Primary, and Holy Trinity High Schools.

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