Scotiabank lift Buttekist five-a-side trophy

May 10, 2016
Contributed Brian Rose (left), operation accountant for Seprod Limited, presents the Butterkist 5-a-side one day rally trophy to Scotiabank captain Rohan Reid. Scotiabank defeated Carib Cement in the final.

Scotiabank had to work hard to defeat defending champions Carib Cement and win their fourth Kingston & St Andrew Business House one-day five-a-side football rally last Saturday.

The competition which was previously played for the Pronto Porridge Mix trophy was renamed the Butterkist trophy by sponsor Seprod Limited. They defeated Carib Cement 3-1 in penalty shoot-out in the final, after both teams played to a 0-0 full and extra-time draw at the National Water Commission (NWC) playing field, Mona.

Eighteen teams participated in this year's renewal, including returning team Ministry of Education. Carib Cement defeated the star studded Petrojam team 1-0 in their semi-final while Scotiabank and NWC played to a 0-0 full and extra-time draw. Scotiabank won 1-0 in penalty shoot-out. NWC could not put a penalty past goalkeeper Obrian Duncan. Kevin Lamey was on target for Scotiabank.

After an exciting full and extra-time draw and the final was decided in the dreaded penalty shoot-out. Goalkeeper Obrian Duncan saved Alanzo Adlam's penalty kick and Jabeur Johnson scored the only goal for Carib Cement in the shoot-out. Akeeli Martin, Rohan Reid and Lamey all scored their penalties to give Scotiabank a first hold on the Butterkist trophy.

New Scotiabank coach, Marcel 'Fuzzy' Gayle, was elated with his team's performance especially his goalkeeper who did not concede during regular play.

The Western Sports football league competition will kick off on Sunday, May 15, with the dress parade and a double-header at the NWC playing field starting at 1 p.m.

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