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African Tref seals Masters Football Title

African Tref seals Masters Football Title


African Tref copped the National Lotteries Authority Over-35s Masters Football League last Sunday night at the Victoria Park.{{more}}

At the losing end was Computec/ Comsports Masters.

Their victory came in the second half of play from a diving header from Randy Patrick, which was the lone goal of the match.

Patrick, a former national defender, now a certified coach, was adjudged the Most Valuable Player of the Final.

African Tref pocketed $3,000, a trophy, medals and, of course, bragging rights. Computec/Comsports Masters earned $2,000.

Tref earned the right to the Final with a 1-0 win over last year’s winner SESCO, while Computec/Comsports Masters recorded a similar win over Calliaqua Masters.

In the third place play-off, Calliaqua made certain that they ended in the top three, with a 3-2 win over SESCO.

Calliaqua took away $1,000.

But SESCO has a consolation, as Tyrone Prince was the leading goal scorer.

Prince, a former St. Vincent and the Grenadines midfielder, struck the back of the nets 13 times.

Selwyn Charles, of South Leeward, was voted the competition’s Best Goalkeeper.