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Ellerton, Empire on song

Nick Maitland ,

Added 03 November 2019


RINGING THE BELLE: Ellerton’s hat-trick hero Shakille Belle (right) holding off a challenge from Youth Milan’s Kadeem Atwell. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

CRANE AND Equipment Ellerton continued their superb goalscoring form, handing Youth Milan an unceremonious Capelli Cup exit with a 9-1 drubbing on Saturday night at the Wildey Turf.

Barbados Soccer Academy also took their leave from the tournament, going down 3-0 to Empire, who were confirmed as winners of Group 4 at the end of the night’s opening contest.

Shaine Hermas got the show rolling for Ellerton in the tenth minute when his deflected shot eluded Ivan Griffith in the Milan goal. (NM)

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