Calypso wins again

2017-10-12 06:00

LOCAL team Calypso Sporting FC took on Wild Kartz FC in their second league match of the indoor league after a layoff recently.

The match started with Calypso in attack and continued in search of the opening goal. With their dominance in the match the first goal came within eight minutes of play and from there on continued to score at regular intervals and at half time were 7-0 ahead.
In the second half the match, it started from where it ended with Calypso in attack and again scored regularly throughout the match.
The match ended 14-0 and saw Calypso notching their second win in the current campaign.
The management was happy with the win, but knew that there was work still to be done in training for the league matches that are still to come. - Supplied.

 

 

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