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BARBADOS - football archive 2004 - Clayton Koloa Tonic Notre Dame
Saturday 17, April-2004
Llewellyn Riley was his usual ice-cool self as he calmly scored a hat-trick of goals in the 34th, 59th and 83rd minutes, after captain John Parris started the goal-rush in the 11th minute with a glancing header from a John Hawkesworth corner.
After a 2-0 half-time lead, Ryan Lucas notched his tenth goal of the season in the 53rd minute, while Kirk Cox (71st minute) joined Riley in hitting past Haynesville’s 16-year-old goalkeeper Shane Lewis.
In the opening game, Families First St John’s Sonnets and the Barbados Defence Force played to a hard-fought 1-1 draw.
Andre Blades opened the scoring for Sonnets in the 23rd minute when he slotted home a rebound after BDF’s goalkeeper Albert Brathwaite partially saved a shot from Whitfield Bascombe, who broke through the army boys’ defence.
Last season’s leading goal-scorer Adrian Forde got a fortuitous equaliser for BDF in the 48th minute.
Sonnets’ goalkeeper Bernard Howell was unable to hold onto to cracking shot from Chasley Jones and the ball fell to Forde, whose shot was blocked by the diving Howell with his legs, but it somehow ricocheted over the goal line and into the nets.
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