San Roque Day Two

NINE-year-old Lawrence Colina averted a shutout for the hosts after banging in two goals in the San Roque Football Fiesta Players 10 final yesterday.

Colina’s goals lifted SRFC, which lost in three other finals in the two-day event, to a 2-1 win over the improving MLSDF Canduman.

After getting behind by a goal, Colina banged in two for his team’s seventh straight win and earning him the MVP nod in the division.

In the Boys 14 final, Jason Paculaba banged in John Rey Nieves’ miss to carry the Abellana National School Pomeroy, to a 1-0 win over the Blessed John Seminary.

Nieves was named MVP of the team coached by Luis Arriesgado.

Meanwhile, the San Roque girls faltered in their bid in the Women’s Open after falling to the tough University of San Carlos A, 3-0, in the finals.

The wily Apple Bariñan banged in the first goal in the 5th minute and the veteran Marlou Solon made the host pay for unmarking her in the 10tjh for a 2-0 count.

SRFC kept on pushing but their offensive forays yielded little results.

Bariñan, who was named the MVP in the division, got her second goal off a free kick after sending the ball straight through the wall.

Meanwhile, in the 36-above division, the Don Bosco College survived Sambag 1, 2-0 on penalties to win the division.

Sambag started the shootout badly with two straight misses while DBC, led by MVP Waldemar Sanchez, made their final two spot kicks to take the crown.

The results in the Men’s Open and Boys 19-Under were still unavailable at press time last night.


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