Social Club in seventh heaven as Parris nets hat-trick
Ryan Parris scored a hat-trick as Young Men’s Social Club picked up their first win of the season with a 7-0 thrashing of St David’s at Police Field yesterday.
The match was never close after Parris broke the deadlock in the second minute and then added a second in the twelfth minute as Social Club took early control.
Midfielder David Jones made it 3-0 in the 24th minute before two more goals just before the break enabled the home team to take a comfortable 5-0 lead into the interval. Jomeko Mallory scoring in the 41st minute to make it 4-0 before Parris completed his treble two minutes into stoppage time.
The goals kept coming in the second half with Jahmir Lewis-Trott netting in the 49th minute before Shakii Pearman closed out the scoring in the 72nd minute after taking a pass from Lewis-Trott and finding the net from close range.
Jonairo Johnston almost made it 8-0 late in the game when he broke through the defence only to see his shot graze the upright.
Elsewhere, Boulevard cruised to a comfortable 4-0 win over Paget Lions at Goose Gosling Field.
lan Coke opened the scoring in the 21st minute from the penalty spot after Paget handled in the box. The hosts extended their lead after Nico Smith and Takeyhi Walker converted in the 41st and 44th minutes to virtually end the match as a contest.
Coke grabbed a second and his team’s fourth in the 55th minute. Boulevard were reduced to ten-men in the 85th minute after Taiquan Davis picked up a second booking.
In the remaining match Vasco and BAA drew 1-1 at Southampton Oval.