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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Unsa hat-trick lifts Wild Bill’s to victory

Youth player Tanapon Unsa scored three goals to power Wild Bill’s to a 4-0 win over Kanoa FC in the M-League last Sunday at the Oleai Sports Complex Field.

Unsa dropped back-to-back goals in the first half to give Wild Bill’s a good start and completed the hat-trick with another goal in the second half. Jack Thoensaket drilled the other goal for Wild Bill’s.

In other results, Korean Football Association on Saipan notched two wins last week, while Paire Football Club and the Thundercats also prevailed against separate opponents last week.

In a make-up game last Saturday, KFAS downed Inter Godfather’s, 3-1. KFAS drew goals from three different players to beat the sluggish Inter Godfather’s.

Inter Godfather’s bowed to KFAS despite drawing first blood in the weekend match. Jeff Castro put Inter Godfather’s in the board with his goal in the 20th, but the team failed to hang on to the shaky lead, as Jun Woo Lee connected the equalizer for KFAS in the 35th minute.

KFAS then grabbed the lead in the 60th minute behind the goal of Ji Sung Cha, while Chong Koo Gil made the insurance in the extended minutes to hand Inter Godfather’s back-to-back losses.

Inter Godfather’s played Paire last Jan. 15 and also dropped that match. Yosh Gabaldon scored the lone goal in the game to lift Paire FC to the victory. Neither team scored in the first half before Gabaldon found the back of the net in the 58th minute.

Completing last week’s winners list were the Thundercats, who walked away with a free win against Sun Palace, which was forced to forfeit last Sunday’s second match due to lack of player

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