Flanker register first win in Sandals Major League
Flanker FC's Mesiah Clarke (centre) turns away from Granville United's Dane Franklin in the St James FA/Sandals Resorts International Major League game at Flanker last weekend. The teams played out a 0-0 draw. (Photo: Paul Reid)

FLANKER, St James — Flanker FC scored their first win of the St James Football Association/Sandals Resorts International Major League with a 4-0 beating of the previously undefeated Heights FC at Flanker Field on Friday.

After drawing their two previous games and scoring one goal, Flanker FC, last season's beaten finalists, exploded with four goals against the Heights FC team that had won their first two games.

The win saw Flanker FC move to five points and into second place, behind Heights FC.

Dannique Clarke scored a first-half brace to give Flanker FC the lead, scoring in the 15th and 23rd minutes before Colin Haughton added a third in the 60th minute ahead of Humboia Ford making it 4-0 in the 72nd minute.

Paul A Reid

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