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LISCR FC poised for first division finals

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( 3, 2015)-Confusion marred Saturday’s game two fixture at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) when Keitrace FC was prevented from her game against LPRC Oilers.

The match was in continuation of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) National League.

The Mamie Kpoto boys were stopped from playing by Match Commissioner, Yanqoui Borsay, on grounds that Keitrace FC did not have the Cellcom logo on their jerseys.

Mr. Borsay said it was part of the tournament’s requirements that each team member wears the cellcom logo.

Despite interventions by the Liberia Football Association (LFA)’s top brass, including LFA President, Musa Bility, for the game to go ahead, the match failed to take place.

Players of LPRC Oilers refused to play the game, because, according to them, they had undressed and couple of their players had left the stadium.
The LFA is to come out with ruling into the Saturday’s situation.

Prior to the situation, LISCR FC defeated National Port Authority (NPA) Anchors 2-0 to confirm their standing as Group B winners, ahead of FC Fassell.

New Boy Chris Jackson scored his fourth goal for LISCR FC in his third match to help the Mustapha Raji Boys clinch a 2-0 win over the Anchors.

Invincible Eleven IE fought Nimba United to a 2-2 draw Saturday, August 1, 2015 in game one.

Shoilee Deco and Cyrus Johnson were on target for the Yellow Boys, but Koffi Adetu, previously Charles George two seasons ago for Nimba United, scored twice to help the Mountaineers in their 2-2 draw with IE.

Barrack Young Comptrollers (BYC) staged a comfortable 3-0 win over Jubilee FC in game two.

Trokon Myers provided two assists for Mark Paye and Benjamin Gbemie to ensure the Champions remains on course of winning Group A.

BYC established a two-point lead of Group A after Maxwell Kamayan’s Watanga FC failed to beat bottom side, Monrovia Club Breweries, in Kakata, Margibi County.

The match ended 1-1, meaning Watanga takes second spot on 14 points, while BYC moved to 16 points.

In the second Division, Bong County-based Division Two side, Mighty Dragon, proved too strong for Nimba FC, winning 3-0.


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