Glenside cops Arnos Vale football league title
Glenside Ball Blazers, last Saturday, trumped the Comsports Arnos Vale Football League title, defeating System Three 5-4 on penalties.
The penalty kicks were needed after both teams had played to a 2-2 draw in regulation time.
Mickelle Culzac and Shem Dascent had put Glenside Ball Blazers in the lead, but their goals were cancelled out by strikes from Jaden Jacobs and Renson Sayers.
It was the third time lucky for Glenside Ball Blazers in deciders in the competition, as they also won over Comsports Vincy Masters and Big Tigga Investments Strike Force on penalty kicks, in the quarter finals and semi-finals, respectively.
Glenside Ball Blazers collected $1,200 and a trophy; System Three – $ 800 and a trophy, while Strike Force earned $ 500 and a trophy.
Shem Dascent was named player of the final, while United Strikers’ Shemar Ollivierre with six goals, topped the goal scoring.
Toni Stores Jugglers received the $ 300 cash award, compliments president of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation Carl Dickson, as they were adjudged the most disciplined team.
Before Saturday’s final, Blossom Unlimited Strikers had won the Under-17 division, with System Three second. Blossom Unlimited Strikers got a trophy and $350 and System Three, a trophy and $200.
Ryan Ellis of Blossom Unlimited Strikers was the leading goal scorer with 10 goals.
Twelve teams contested the senior division and five were in the Under-17 division.