Coke on fire for Blazers
Boulevard put their worst few days of the season behind them yesterday when Ian Coke netted twice early in the second half to give the First Division leaders a 3-0 win over Somerset Eagles at Police Field.
Boulevard came into the match on the back of losses to Devonshire Colts last Sunday and BAA Wanderers in the First Division Shield in midweek.
Coke broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 50th minute after he was fouled. He found the net again three minutes later when he drove a low shot inside the far post. Tiae-Vince Douglas, the league's leading scorer, then struck his eleventh of the season.
Lozendro Symonds scored twice as Devonshire Colts beat St David's 2-0 at Lord's to maintain their unbeaten record in the league. Symonds notched midway through the second half with a shot on the turn from distance.
He then scored his second in the closing minutes.Four unanswered second-half goals catapulted BAA to an emphatic victory over Young Men's Social Club at Bernard Park.
BAA unlocked Social Club's defence in the 56th minute through a goal from Joshua Daniels. Laquan Thomas made the points safe when he netted twice. Josh Hardtman scored his team's fourth goal to leave the home team licking their wounds.
Paget Lions picked up their first win of the season at Southampton Oval, beating Ireland Island Rangers 2-0. Y-ron Astwood gave the home side an early lead when he chipped the goalkeeper.
Paget's victory was sealed after Denzel Smith scored with a low drive inside the area just before half-time.