Monrovia- A display of character and resilience from LISCR FC has ensured there’s plenty of life left in their Championship defenced.
By inflicting a rare home defeat on Mighty Barrolle, LISCR gained redemption for one of its most painful losses under Sam Chebli when they lost to Watanga FC 4-0 and kept the pressure firmly on Heaven Eleven FC just when it looked like the defending champions might be strolling to another defeat against Barrolle but a first half goal from Sheku Sheriff sealed all three points for the Shipping boys who labour to beat a determined Barrolle team.
By: Christopher C.Walker [email protected] 0777898224/0886723075
LISCR ’s 1-0 win in a febrile atmosphere inside the Antoinette Tubman Stadium left Heaven Eleven FC at the top of the table on goal difference after four games.
The fight to finish at the top of the Liberia Football Association first division League is getting tough as League Leaders Heaven Eleven suffered their first defeat of the season while Cece United collected their first three points of the season after four matches played.
Global Pharma twice came from behind to earn a point in an entertaining 2-2 draw against Nimba Kwado FC.
A brace from Amadia Kawah in the second half cancelled out Gabriel Morris’s 22nd and 77th-minute goals to secure a point for the Pharmacists.
Nimba Kwado started the match well and broke the deadlock in the 22nd minute with Gabriel Morris slotting home a perfect finish from Nyah Dahn’s assist to put his side ahead at the break.
The visitor took the lead for the second time in the 77th minute when Gabriel Morris scored his second of the day, but Global Pharma struck back through Amadia Kawah, who reduced the deficit to make it 2-1.
The Pharmacists knew they could not get all 3 points after being down by a goal, the club put up a good fight and levelled the score in the 88th minute from Amadia Kawah once more.
The draw was the Pharmacist’s second of the season and the third for Nimba Kwado which is the second club in the ongoing Orange First Division League with the most draws followed by FC Kallon-Liberia ( 3).
Global Pharma sits at 11 position on the log with 2 points, while Nimba Kwado has 6 points from 4 matches played and sits 7th on the log.
In the early kickoff on Saturday September 30th Cece United secured their first win of the season with 4-1 win over NPA Anchors.
FC Kallon Liberia and Freeport FC played out yo an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Tusa Field while Liberia’s oldest club Invincible Eleven suffered another defeat of the season.
LPRC Oilers George Dauda Lone goal was enough to give the Oil boys all three points over IE.
Title contender Bea Mountain FC and Watanga FC entertained fans to a goalless draw.