Tuscany and Russia seek back-to-back wins in WFA Major League
In this file photo taken on August 01, 2017 a ball with the logo of the German first division football league Bundesliga is seen on the pitch during a team presentation of the German first division Bundesliga football team SC Freiburg in Freiburg, southwestern Germany.

LLANDILO, Westmoreland - Tuscany Warriors and Russia FC will be seeking back-to-back wins on Thursday when the Westmoreland Football Association/Victor Lowe Major League continues with a doubleheader at the Llandilo Sports Complex.

Tuscany Warriors opened their season with a big 5-1 win over Grange Hill FC while Russia FC edged West Development 2-1, and both teams will hope to join leaders Petersfield FC on six points.

Russia FC will face Barracks Road in the first game followed by Tuscany Warriors meeting West Development in the second game.

Meanwhile, Straths FC and Shewsbury FC both scored their first wins on Tuesday with wins over Twelfth Street and Star of the West, respectively, at Llandilo.

Straths FC, who had drawn their first game, won 3-1 while Shewsbury FC rebounded from their loss to beat Star of the West.

Raheem Wright, Royan Powell, and Leo Nesbeth got on the score sheet for Straths while Kenardo Cooper scored for Twelfth Street, his second of the season.

In the other game, Jordon Turner and Donati Miller scored for Shewsbury FC with Asaun Morris getting a consolation for Star of the West.

- Paul Reid

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