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Paradise thrash Belfield


Added 08 February 2016


Tyre Bancroft (right) of Paradise holding off a challenge by Belfield’s Azarel Croney. Below: Armando Lashley scored four goals for Paradise.(Pictures by Kenmore Bynoe.)

DIRECTV PARADISE made light work of newcomers Phone Medic Repair Belfield when the Barbados Football Association’s Digicel Premier League continued on Saturday at the Wildey Astroturf.

Paradise’s Armando “Sugar” Lashley scored four goals as Paradise whipped the Black Rock lads 5-1.

Belfield had a major lapse in defence as they left goalkeeper Kerry Holder with much to do. armando-lashley

Andre Bourne got the goal fest going in the 27th minute when he scored a free kick. After that it was all about Lashley. His first goal came when he was fed a brilliant through ball and he then delivered a low shot that went blazing past Holder. (PG)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.





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