Game one of the Fort St. John Senior Flyers series is in the books and the Flyers will host game two in the series down 1-0. The game was close in shots at 32-29 Spirit River, but not nearly as close where it matters most as the Rangers took the game 7-3.Spirit River got out to an early lead less than a minute and a half into the game. The Flyers managed to tie the game later in the first period, however the Rangers took the lead once again with 1:21 left.Things got away from the Flyers in the second period. Two powerplay goals put the Rangers up 4-1. Fort St. John closed the gap to 4-2, however Spirit River kept applying pressure and added another two markers for a 6-2 lead.- Advertisement -The teams traded goals in the final frame to round out the scoring at 7-3.Scoring for the Flyers were Brennan Giroux, Brady Busche, and Jeff Shipton.Game two is slated for Thursday night back at the North Peace Arena at 8:30 p.m.Advertisement
Moments after the execution of an armed robbery on a Corentyne, Berbice home on Saturday evening, three men are were taken into Police custody and are assisting with the investigations.According to reports received, on the night in question at about 21:30h, a young Corentyne couple had just returned to their Port Mourant, Berbice home from a religious function when they were attacked by armed bandits.Saradha Frederick called “Kimberly”, 21, and her husband Pawan Narainsammy called “Akash”, 21, had just opened the door to their Lot 8 Public Road Haswell, Port Mourant home, when the three masked men held them at gunpoint and forced them into the building.One of the bandits was carrying a firearm while the other two were armed with cutlasses. The couple was ordered to lie facedown on the floor.According to Narainsammy, one of the intruders started kicking him to his ribs as he demanded jewellery and money.He was instructed not to raise an alarm. One of the men stood guard over the couple while those with cutlasses ransacked the house.Within five minutes, the men ran out of the building, taking with them four cellular phones, two gold chains, four gold rings, one silver ring, two gold earrings and about $30,000 in cash.The couple was locked in the house as the bandits padlocked the grilled door from outside.Neighbours were, however, alerted and the police were contacted. It was reported that during the robbery, a car was parked a short distance away.Nevertheless, three men were subsequently arrested after being found in a car which is similar to what was described as the getaway car. The investigation continues.
0Shares0000Victor Moses was the star of the day in their 4-0 victory over rivals CameroonUYO, Nigeria, Sep 1 – Chelsea ace Victor Moses and Chinese-based Odion Ighalo starred as Nigeria trounced Cameroon 4-0 on Friday to take a big step towards qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.The Super Eagles moved up to nine points from three matches in Group B in Africa zone qualifying, while Cameroon remain on two points. Both teams clash again on Monday in Yaounde. Zambia and Algeria have a point each and meet on Saturday in Lusaka.After a rather tentative start by the home team, Ighalo marked his return with the opening goal after 29 minutes.He overpowered his marker after he received a clever assist from skipper Mikel John Obi before he fired past a diving goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa.The Eagles doubled their lead in the 43rd minute, when Mikel turned scorer by poking a Victor Moses corner from the left beyond the Cameroon goalkeeper.In the 55th minute, Moses made it 3-0 when he initiated a quick counter and then released Moses Simon, who did well to pass back to his namesake, who fired the third goal.A fourth goal from a flying header by substitute Kelechi Iheanacho off an Onazi Ogenyi cross in the 76th minute crowned a very satisfying outing for the hosts.Both teams went into the attack from the first whistle with Cameroon threatening through Moumi Ngamaleu, but his effort from inside the box missed narrowly as Ikechukwu Ezenwa was the busier of the two goalkeepers in the early minutes of the game.The Indomitable Lions took the game to Nigeria rather than sit back in their defence.The Egyptian referee struck off a Nigerian goal by Ighalo for offside after 24 minutes, before Victor Moses header off a Moses Simon cross missed target four minutes later.However, the home fans celebrated the first goal of this bruising contest just before the half hour with Nigeria never looking back to seal an important win.Cameroon had their chances. In the 48th minute Ezenwa did well to save a low drive by Zambo Anguissa.Ezenwa then kept out a tricky shot from distance in the 64th minute before Nigeria again surged forward to create two more goals and complete the demolition of the Indomitable Lions.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)