Western Tigers played some brilliant football in the latest bit of action in the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Stag Premier League that continued on Thursday evening at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
Western Tigers (yellow) in action
Western Tigers were in full flown and opened the scoring in the 28th minute of the match with a Michael Pedro strike as the rest of the first half played out with both teams exchanging possession as they searched for openings.
However, the second half was dominated by Western as Camptown’s defence seemed like Swiss cheese.
Joshua Britton rocked the back of the net in the 53rd minute only to see Phillip Rowley capitalise on Camptown’s defensive inaptitude to score in the 53rd minute as well.
Cleon Forrester would further solidify the victory with a strike in the 67th minute to seal the win.
Meanwhile in the earlier fixture, Northern Rangers edged Police Football Club 2-1.
Police struck first with a goal from Keyron Boston in the 20th minute but Sherwin Vincent would equalise in the 40th minute of the match as the first half ended with both teams locked on one goal apiece.
With both teams searching for the winner, Omalli Nassy strike in the 62nd minute won the game for Norther Rangers.
The win for Western Tigers pulls the club to within one point of league leaders Santos FC who are currently on 13 points while Northern Rangers settled on fifth with seven points.