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They then went on to add a handful more in the second period as the
Earlier, in a contest that many thought would have been a closer one the final scoreline suggested, Leandro Tolini took his tally to ten when he netted a first hat-trick. All his efforts came courtesy of penalty corners in the 18th, 30th and in the 35th minutes. Before Tolini strikers, Gabriel Alan Andino, who grabbed a brace, opened the score for the winners in 12th minute when he tapped in a Santiago Pando Camacho's left side square back. Gabriel completed his day's work when he provided the ninth item in the victory for
Santiago Ignacio Salas extended the lead for the lads in blue and white to 2-0 in the 15th minute, following a low and hard back-hand shot past the
In the second half, the all-time champs continued from where they left off in the previous session by stroking the ball sweetly all over the park. The
Other scores for
Following an unimpressive opening period, when the local boys lack composure inside the 'D' to miss a couple of easy goal scoring opportunities. However, they were still able to hold a very slim 1-0 advantage after one-half of play, via a penalty corner conversion from Akim Toussaint in the 31st minute, after
On the restart, the T&T player looked a totally different unit that were on the pitch in the first period, and apparently coach Anthony Marcano's half- time talk registered on his young charges minds. The lads in red and white took hold of the second-half and opened the second half flood gate within four minutes of the resumption through Dominic Jaikaransingh with a field item in the 37th minute.
The remaining moments of the half was actually a one-sided affair as the host romped home to a big success on the back of a pleasing last 35 minutes against their
Cogie checked his second item on the campaign when he closed off the scoring for the winners in the 64th minute. The triumph was a timely for the winners, following
The main contributors for the boys in the yellow and blue uniform were Ramon V Leacock and Dario Jordan - both achieved double strikes in their team's maiden victory. Leacock netted his first and his country's third when he tapped home from near-up, following two earlier efforts from Jabari Walcott and Che Warner through field goals in the 15th and 25th minutes, respectively. Captain
The winners led by 3-0 at the conclusion of the first 35-minute of the 70-minute contest. In the second stanza there was no change to the contest in term of dominance as the Bajians upped the tempo and hit half-dozen more past Rodrigo Faustin in the winless
Putting their on the scoreboard for the winners in the last half were Jemar Small (38th), Errol Clarke (43rd) and Dario Lewis who put the lid on things in 64th minute. Eight of the nine items for the victors came from field goals.
On Monday evening, Jan Richter found the back of the net on four occasions, while a handful of his teammates grabbed doubles to pushed
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