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Samuel scatters Silver Sands


Added 04 April 2015


Mario Harte scored his second goal in consecutive matches for UWI. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

A SHANDEL SAMUEL hat-trick inspired Rendezvous to another emphatic victory in the Digicel Premier League at the National Stadium on Thursday night.

Rendezvous defeated bottom-placed Silver Sands 4-0 in a game that saw Samuel miss a penalty and Silver Sands’ inspirational goalkeeper Rhon Cox being sent off in the 72nd minute.

Samuel registered his second hat-trick of the season with goals in the 11th, 45th and 78th minutes. He might have extended his tally were it not for the heroics of Cox, who made several outstanding saves as his goal came under frequent bombardment.

Premier League debutant Keon Atkins netted Rendezvous’ fourth goal in the 84th minute.

Please read the full story in today's Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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