Gold is Money seize maiden title

first_imgGuinness “Greatest of the Streets” National Play-offs…The Guinness “Greatest of the Streets” national championship came to a close on Saturday when Gold is Money secured the title to be crowned Guyana’s “Greatest in the Streets” at the Providence Stadium.Colours Boutique Creanna Damon hands over the first prize and trophy to the West Front Road Gold is Money representative in the presence of his teammates and Guinness Brand Manager Lee Baptiste (left) on SaturdayThe Georgetown Zone Champions became the fourth team to win both their zone and national titles after completing a commanding 4-0 win over former champs Sparta Boss.Deon Alfred led the eventual victors with a hat-trick, while Randolf Wagner accounted for the other goal. Wagner broke the deadlock in the 22nd minute after the finalists battled to a goalless first half.Alfred then doubled the lead with a successful 33rd minute strike. Three minutes later, he recorded a Guinness Goal, which bumped the lead to four, with only two minutes left on the clock.Earlier in the night, Georgetown won the latest round of street football against Linden after prevailing in both semi-finals.2018 Linden Zone champions Silver Bullets were demolished by Gold is Money in their semi-final, being on the receiving end of a 7-0 whipping. In that match, Alfred recorded his first hat-trick of the night.Hubert Pedro also constructed a hat-trick in that game as well while Jamal Pedro netted the final goal of the match. In the other semi-final, Sparta Boss squeezed past 2017 champs Dave and Celena’s All-Stars 2-1.Meanwhile, in the third-place play-off, Silver Bullets edged Dave and Celena’s All-Stars 2-1.Gold is Money carted off $500,000 while Sparta Boss pocketed $250,000, Silver Bullets $200,000 and Dave & Celena’s $100,000.last_img read more