Georgetown’s Academy Training Centre (ATC) team drew level with East Coast’s ATC on seven points atop the points table, during the recent staging of games in the Tiger Rentals-powered Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Under13 Developmental League.
Match day three of the inter-Association leg of the Tiger Rentals-sponsored league saw four exhilarating matches being contested at the GFF’s National Training Centre (NTC), Providence on Saturday last.
Bartica ATC enjoyed its first win of the tournament thus far, felling West Demerara 2-0. Rayleigh Tracy and Lebron Wharton registered one goal each to secure a much-needed victory for the Region Seven outfit.
Isiah Williams’ lone goal was enough to secure three points for East Coast ATC in a thrilling match against East Bank ATC.
Meanwhile, West Berbice breezed past their neighbours East Berbice in a 3-1 encounter. West Berbice’s 3 came as a result of a brace from Kahiem Hercules and one goal from Ramzan Hussein. Allan Spencer was the lone marksman for East Berbice.
Jashawn Haynes and Darius Chester accounted for Georgetown ATC’s 2-1 win over Upper Demerara, after netting one apiece. On the flip side, Anthony Gordon registered Upper Demerara’s consolation goal.
Currently, East Coast ATC leads the league with seven points and a goal difference advantage on Georgetown’s ATC, which are also on seven points. With six points are Upper Demerara and West Berbice’s ATCs. East Bank, West Demerara, and Bartica ATCs all have three points from one win each, while East Berbice ATC are yet to strike victory in the league.
The Tiger Rentals U13 tournament continues next Saturday, February 4, at the same venue.