Sunday, March 3, 2024

Dames fall 3-1 to Wales


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CLAYTONS KOLA TONIC NOTRE DAME missed a prime opportunity to gain some elevation in their plight to avoid relegation from the Digicel Premier League, last Thursday night.

The one-time kings of domestic football find themselves in a bind after they gave up an early lead to be defeated by Neighbourhood Care Pharmacy Weymouth Wales 3-1.

Later in the evening, in a preview of tomorrow’s Banks Beer Champions Cup semi-finals, Rendezvous defeated Mackeson Brittons Hill 3-1.

The Dames started optimistically. Bryan Neblett’s third-minute strike was well orchestrated on the right by English-bound teenager Antone Greaves, whose cross picked out the former national defender, to drill past goalkeeper Omari Eastmond.

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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