Will Bill's clinched the early lead in Division 1 of M-League after shutting out Paire Football Club, 5-0, last Sunday at the Oleai Sports Complex Field.
Adul Detdon scored twin goals to lift Wild Bill's to a 2-0-0 win-draw-loss record, while Robert Jordan, Don Cabrera, and James McAllister added one each. Wild Bill's opened the spring season with a 7-4 win over Korean Football Association on Saipan.
In their second match, Wild Bill's striker Adul dropped his first goal in the 14th minute, while Jordan lit up the scoreboard in the 27th. Then eight minutes late, Cabrera was credited the goal, while Paire (1-0-1) continued to struggle in the remainder of the first half. In the second half, Adul also opened Wild Bill's offense with his second goal in the 65th, while McAllister got one eight minutes before the match ended.
Inter Godfather's 1, MP United 0
In the second game in Week 2 of the M-League, Inter Godfather's edged MP United (0-1-1) to recover from its opening loss to Paire.
Peter Loken delivered the winning goal for Inter Godfather's, as he scored in the 54th minute.
With MP United failing to score in its second game, the squad missed a follow-up on its 5-2 upset of Tan Holdings FC in the opener.
Tan Holdings 1, KFAS 1
Tan Holdings avoided another setback after forcing a draw against KFAS.
Wai Wo Lee nailed the equalizer for Tan Holdings in the 52nd minute.
Tan Holdings needed Lee's conversion in the early minutes of the second half after Eung Soo Kim scored in the 36th minute and gave KFAS a 1-0 halftime lead.
Matansa 4, Shirley's 1
In the lone Division 2 game, Matansa broke into the win column after dominating Shirley's.
Matansa came from a 0-2 loss to newcomer Sun Palace in the opener and quickly recovered last weekend after getting goals from four different players.
Shirley's, on the other hand, fell to a 0-2 record despite scoring first off Jerry Tan's goal in the 11th minute. Tan and company hung on to the shaky lead for more than 20 minutes before Chhetri Dhiraj tied the match in the 39th.
The game remained in a deadlock after the first half and in the first few minutes of the second before Bir Tamang scored in the 61st. Shirley's failed to answer in the second half, while Matansa got two more goals, one each from Gabriel Arkoh (79th) and T.J. Gurung (88th).