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    St. George’s College beat a tough Waterford by 1-0. With the playing conditions not good, with a poor playing surface and windy, drizzly conditions, the Knights fail to adjust their game taking too many touches at times and inevitable losing the ball. In contrast, Waterford was a little more direct in their game and came at us aggressively. Waterford should have gone ahead midway in the first half as their winger broke free and was going straight at goal only to have the ball blocked by a diving STGC custodian Cordel Irving.

    In the second half, there was a definite adjustment in our game as we started to press Waterford. Good covering and defending by Waterford, kept the game scoreless. The swing in the game came when Alex Marshall, our national U 17 representative came on with some 15 minutes remaining in the game. With superb control and skill, he made the Waterford defenders think twice when he confronted them. In one telling attack, he managed to get the ball in the middle just outside Waterford’s penalty area. Three central defenders serially attempted to take the ball away but failed. He then passed to the unmarked Shevon Stewart who made no mistake in putting the goal away. Amoy Brown should have made the game safe for us but he hit wide with the gaping goal in front of him.
    Waterford would come close to scoring close to the end of the game, when their midfielder took a sizzling 35 yard shot that was going straight to the corner of the STGC goal. However, goalie Irving dived full stretched to pluck the ball out of the air before it could go in.
    We play again on Friday against Campion College and I can assure you that the young Georgians will put on a great show for the STGC supporters.

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