August 1, 2021
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first_imgMohamed’s Enterprise/ExxonMobil 5th annual futsal…The knockouts begin tonight with the quarter-final matches of the Mohamed’s Enterprise/ExxonMobil fifth annual futsal tournament, which kicks off from 19:00h.This evening will feature Progressive Ballers versus Germans in the first match followed by Quiet Storm vs DC Ballers in game two while Goodfellas will match skills with Russians in the third quarter-final before the feature match between the crowd favourites Figgy Green Jaguars and Haynes Hitters.When the action continued on Wednesday night, Figgy Green Jags, Good Fellas, Germans and Quiet Storm have each topped their respective groups and secured their places in the quarter-final round.Figgy Green Jags are being dubbed one of the favourites to clinch the championship by the fans in the mining town and rightfully so after edging one of the stronger teams in the tournament, Silver Bullets, 2-1 on Wednesday, to top Group A with a perfect record.Runic Velloza smashed four goals while his teammate Joel Isaacs netted a brace as Good Fellas held their nerve to get past West Side Ballers 6-5. Marvin Josiah scored a hat-trick for the West Demerara-based team while Stephon Jupiter and Lennox Cort added one goal each for the men from Region Four.Silver Bullets went down 4-1 to Amelia Ward’s Russians. Travis Watinton buried a hat-trick while Ruel Williams added one goal for the winners and Jamine Samuel scored the solitary goal for the losers.Germans’ Andre Mayers banged in a late hat-trick in their 7-2 final group game win over Achievers to secure their quarter-final berth.In other results, DC Ballers defeated Young Kings 5-3 while Hardball negotiated Presidential Family 7-4, and Quiet Storm plundered a depleted Swag FC 8-4 to top their group.The final of the tournament is set for August 18 and the runners-up will receive a handsome $250,000, third $100,000 and fourth place $50,000 in the competition, which has been sanctioned by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).last_img read more