Glenside Ball Blazers ended the 2022 Comsports Arnos Vale Football League as the undisputed champions.
This, as they added the Knock Out title to their collection last Sunday, August 13, at the Arnos Vale Two Playing Field, as the competition concluded.
In the Knock Out final, Glenside Ball Blazers trumped Strike Force 3-2 on penalties, after a goalless draw in regulation.
Glenside Ball Blazers owed their fortunes to goal keeper- Anthony Hazell, whose brilliance in the penalty kicks made the difference.
For winning the Knock Out, Glenside Ball Blazers got a trophy and cash prize of $200.
Prior to Sunday’s Knockout Final, Glenside Ball Blazers – the 2020 league winners- had retained the title when they finished on 14 points, edging out RSVG Police with 13 points. Blossom Unlimited filled the third place on 11 points.
For their leag
ue victory, Glenside earned a trophy, medals and the cash prize of $1700. RSVG Police got a trophy, medals and $1000, while Blossom Unlimited- a trophy and $500.
Jamary Davis of Blossom Unlimited copped the Most Goals Award for his five goals. He and Yaszeem Dascent were locked on the same number of goals but the organisers ruled that Davis had played fewer matches than Dascent, hence he was rewarded.
Dascent, though, was not left empty handed. He was voted his team’s Most Valuable Player.
The other MVPs were: Delroy Sandy- Strike Force; Saied Da Breo- RSVG Police; Skiey Bailey- Toni Stores Jugglers; Joveanni Forde- Stanley Browne Fair Hall; Kahlaique Fraser- Blossom Unlimited and Mazhino Solomon- Sharpes FC.