Marist up to second spot

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Gantimak FC player goes for a shot as Marist FC captain Elliot Ragomo goes for defense. Photos by Daniel Kakadi.
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G-Camp disturbs Kooline’s attempt to get back ontop of the ladder

BY DANIEL KAKADI

G-Camp player making his way past Kooline fc player. photo by Daniel Kakadi

MARIST futsal team had moved up from the third to second spot of the SIPA Futsal League ladder following their convincing 5-2 win over Gantimak yesterday at the Multipurpose Hall in Honiara.

With the win, it propelled them to 21 points and equal with the leaders, the national under-17 futsal team but still could not surpass them due to the disadvantage they have on goal difference.

Kooline’s attempt to get to the top of the table was shattered yesterday when they lost 7-4 to G-Camp in one of the fixtures yesterday.

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G-Camp’s victory gave them three points advantage to move closer to the table’s top three at 18 points.

The defeat made Kooline to move down from the second spot to third on the table but still have a point advantage over their opponent G-Camp with 19 points.

Gantimak FC player goes for a shot as Marist FC captain Elliot Ragomo goes for defense. Photos by Daniel Kakadi.

The other match yesterday was between the competition’s two bottom-placed teams Vania and Henderson Eels and it ended in a 1-all draw.

The one point collected in the stalemate was Eel’s first point of the competition so far after seven matches, whilst for Vania, this will their second point so far after eight matches.

The competition resumes for another three matches on Thursday.

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