Haitian Première Division news

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  1. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Cavaly Continue to Play Well, Baltimore SC Needs More Patience

    Even though no players from their club were selected for the country's national team (for the CFU Digicel Caribbean Cup), Cavaly remains 1 of the more dangerous clubs in the league and a team to watch out for.

    Fritz Gérald Alliance, Cavaly

    Currently at 5th place, The Léoganais had a match with Baltimore SC, who were playing without captain Peter Germain and Alain Vuibert due to the CFU Digicel Caribbean Cup, at Parc Gerard Christophe. Baltimore SC's Pierre-Roland St Jean got his club the lead very early with a goal in the 5th minute of the game.

    Cavaly de Léogane, team pic at Parc Gerrard Christophe

    Though they were down early, Cavaly were not out as they continued to control the game and create more scoring chances than their opponents. Their patience finally paid off with a game-tying goal in the 80th minute from Fritz Gérald Alliance. The Léoganais threatened to take all 3 points and move closer to Don Bosco at the top of the league but squandered their opportunities in a 1:1 draw.

    Frantz Gilles, Cavaly

    With the draw, Cavaly remain in 5th place in a tough and very equally challenging league top 5. Meanwhile, Baltimore SC still remain winless this season and are still at the bottom of the league, hopefully their patience will pay off soon.
  2. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Football - Digicel Cloture 2006, week 6 results



    Résultats de la 6ème Journée

    1) US Frères 0:0 Dynamite FC

    2) Violette Athletic Club 2:1 (2:0) Victory

    Violette AC - Luckson Coriolan (3'), Jean Michel Boucicaut (44')

    Victory - Ricardo Charles (47')

    3) AS Carrefour 2:0 (2:0) Racing des Gonaives

    ASCAR - Revardo Petit (17'), Stanley Casseus (28')

    4) Tempête FC 1:0 (1:0) Roulado

    Tempête - Tomson Amius (20')

    5) Cavaly 1:1 (0:1) Baltimore SC

    Baltimore - Pierre Roland St-Jean (5')

    Cavaly - Fritz Gérald Alliance (80')

    6) ASC 0:2 (0:1) Don Bosco

    Don Bosco - Philbert Derceus (11'), Yveson Etienne (82')

    7) Racing Club Haitien 1:0 (0:0) Zénith

    Racing CH - Michel Ronald (56')

    8) Aigle Noir 1:0 (1:0) AS Mirebalais

    Aigle Noir - Rood Kelly Jean (17')
  3. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Violette AC has now moved into second place in the league's (Championnat National de Première Division) current standings and are only 1 point behind the black eagles of Don Bosco. By next week they'll be rejoined by Alexandre Boucicaut (was with the Haitian national team during their CFU Digicel Caribbean Cup first round group action in Jamaica). Violette AC are currently among the highest scoring clubs in the league and remains a strong threat to hold the league cup by the end of the season. In its long history, the club is known more famously as the 1984 CONCACAF Champions’ Cup™ winners.

    Violette Athletic Club

    Rappel du classement après la 6e journée :
    Standings Pts MP W D L GF GA Diff
    1) Don Bosco 11 6 3 2 1 4 2 +2
    2) Violette Athletic Club 10 6 3 1 2 8 5 +3
    3) AS Carrefour 10 6 3 1 2 7 5 +2
    4) Zénith 9 6 2 3 1 8 5 +3
    5) Cavaly 9 6 2 3 1 8 1 +1
    6) ASC 8 5 2 2 1 5 5 0
    7) Tempête FC 8 6 2 2 2 5 5 0
    8) Roulado 8 6 2 2 2 3 4 -1
    9) Aigle Noir 8 6 2 2 2 3 6 -3
    10) Racing Club Haitien 7 6 1 4 1 1 1 0
    11) AS Mirebalais 7 6 2 1 3 6 6 0
    12) Racing des Gonaives 6 6 1 3 2 7 7 0
    13) Victory 6 5 2 0 3 4 6 -2
    14) US Frères 6 6 1 3 2 2 4 -2
    15) Dynamite FC 5 6 0 5 1 5 6 -1
    16) Baltimore SC 4 6 0 4 2 3 5 -
  4. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    A full round of league action took place this weekend, as Zenith reclaimed top spot in the league with a 2:1 win over AS Carrefour at Stadium Saint-Victor in Cape Haïtien, and moved ahead of Don Bosco which suffered a 1:0 loss to Aigle Noir. The match of the day was the meeting between Violette Athletic Club and their long time league rivals Racing Club Haïtien in front of a sellout crowd at Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince. Even though both teams had their chances of getting on the board neither was able to break the deadlock and Violette AC remains in second place with the draw. Led by a high flying offense, ASC (led by Eliphène Cadet) blew past Dynamite FC 4:2 at Parc Levelt in Saint-Marc and now sits in the league's 3rd spot.

    James Marcelin of RCH trys to shield away from Coriolan Luckson of Violette AC

    Here are the other scores from September 29th - October 1st,

    Victory 1:1 Cavaly Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince

    Aigle Noir 1:0 Don Bosco Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince

    ASC 4:2 Dynamite FC Parc Levelt, Saint-Marc

    Baltimore SC 3:1 Racing des Gonaives Parc Levelt, Saint-Marc

    Roulado vs US Frères (will play today) Parc Savil Dessein

    AS Mirebalais 0:0 Tempête FC Parc Saint-Louis, Mirebalais

    Zenith 2:1 AS Carrefour Stadium Saint-Victor, Cape Haïtien

    Racing Club Haïtien 0:0 Violette Athletic Club Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince
  5. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Digicel Cloture 2006

    The eighth week of Championnat National de Première Division kicks off with current leaders, Zénith, playing Racing des Gonaïves at Stade Sylvio Cator. Also ASC will be heading to Parc Levelt to meet US Frères as well as the match between the black eagles of Don Bosco and Dynamite FC.

    Club standings

    1) Zénith 7 matches played, 12 pts.
    2 ASC 6 matches played, 11 pts.
    3 Don Bosco 7 matches played, 11 pts.
    4 Violette Athletic Club 7 matches played, 11 pts.
    5 Roulado 7 matches played, 11 pts.
    6 Aigle Noir 7 matches played, 11 pts.
    7 AS Carrefour 7 matches played, 10 pts.
    8 Tempête FC 7 matches played, 9 pts.
    9 AS Mirebalais 7 matches played, 8 pts.
    10 Racing Club Haitien 7 matches played, 8 pts.
    11 Baltimore SC 7 matches played, 7 pts.
    12 Victory 6 matches played, 7 pts.
    13 Cavaly 7 matches played, 6 pts.
    14 Racing des Gonaïves 7 matches played, 6 pts.
    15 US Frères 7 matches played, 6 pts.
    16 Dynamite FC 7 matches played, 5 pts.

  6. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA

    Aigle Noir's 1:0 win over Don Bosco last weekend set the stage for the rest of the Championnat National de Première Division as well as qualifiers from leagues all throughout the Caribbean as they will be competing in the CFU Club Championships later this season. The goal by Brunel Fucien (55') moved Aigle Noir to 7th place in last week's standings. Aigle Noir will be meeting Tempête FC this weekend at Parc St. Victor. Here are the match highlights (in Creole),
  7. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Don Bosco Regains Lead, ASC on Stand-by

    Thanks to a 5:0 blowout win over Dynamite FC at Stade Sylvio Cator, Don Bosco has regained its lead in Championnat National de Première Division thanks to goals by Walson Augustin, who moved into second place among league scorers this season behind ASC's Eliphène Cadet.

    Walson Augustin of Don Bosco

    ASC moved up to second place in Championnat National de Première Division thanks to a goal by Eliphène Cadet in their 2:1 win over US Frères at Parc Levelt. Cadet's goal, his fifth since being traded to ASC from Aigle Noir, turned out to be the game winning goal against a stubborn US Frères defense.

  8. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    the pic of Walson Augustin was from Don Bosco's match against Cavaly earlier this season. wow, Don Bosco really lit Dynamite up. Click the link below to view the game highlights and goals from their 5:0 win on sunday.
  9. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Cadet At The Head of This Season's Scorers

    Beginning this season Eliphène Cadet's trade from Aigle Noir to ASC caused a stir within the league but Aigle Noir's coach decided to put together a younger starting lineup led by Haitian international forward Jean-Baptiste Fritzson who's been making a name for himself with his club as well as country. However the trade has better benefited ASC as they currently stand in second place in the Championnat National de Première Division behind Don Bosco due to goal differential.

    Eliphène Cadet, Haitian national team in a friendly with Dominican Republic (September 15, 2006)

    But the club's success is due in part to their most explosive player, Cadet, who currently leads the league in goals scored with 5 goals in 7 matches. The current league scorers' list has the ASC striker above Oscaldo Jérémie(AS Mirebalais), Amy Andre (Cavaly), Yveson Etienne (Don Bosco), Joinvilma Angelet (Dynamite FC), and Leonel Saint-Preux (Zénith).

    He is known for his skills internationally as well, scoring 2 goals in Haiti's 3:3 draw against the ticos at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa in San José last year(http://www.concacaf.com/view_archive.asp?id=2923).
  10. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Digicel Cloture 2006

    1) Don Bosco 9 matches played, 17 pts.
    2) Violette Athletic Club 9 matches played, 15 pts.
    3) ASC 7 matches played, 14 pts.
    4) Zenith 9 matches played, 13 pts.
    5) Roulado 8 matches played, 12 pts.
    6) Tempete FC 9 matches played, 12 pts.
    7) Cavaly 8 matches played, 11 pts.
    8) Baltimore SC 9 matches played, 11 pts.
    9) Victory 8 matches played, 11 pts.
    10) Aigle Noir 8 matches played, 11 pts.
    11) AS Carrefour 9 matches played, 10 pts.
    12) Racing Club Haitien 8 matches played, 9 pts.
    13) AS Mirebalais 9 matches played, 9 pts.
    14) Racing des Gonaïves 9 matches played, 9 pts.
    15) US Frères 9 matches played, 9 pts.
    16) Dynamite FC 8 matches played, 5 pts.

    Violette Athletic Club 2:1 AS Carrefour (Stade Sylvio Cator)
    Dynamite FC 0:1 Aigle Noir (Stade Sylvio Cator)
    Racing Club Haitien 0:1 Cavaly (Parc Gerrard Christophe)
    Don Bosco 3:0 Tempete FC (Parc Levelt)
    AS Mirebalais 0:1 US Frères (Parc Issa Galette Roche)
    ASC 1:2 Roulado (Parc Savil Dessaint)
    Zenith 0:0 Baltimore SC (Parc Saint Victor)
    Victory 1:0 Racing des Gonaives (Parc Vincent)
  11. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    This weekend's matchups,

    #1 Don Bosco vs. AS Mirebalais

    ASM has not posted a victory in their last 5 games. They have a potent young striker in Jeremie Oscaldo. The striker finished top scorer of the Super Coupe d' Haiti 2005 but the team has allowed more goals than they've scored and is currently in 12th place.

    Don Bosco has won some important games and earned the 1st place in the standings. The club features U-20 NT striker Yvesson Etienne who's currently one of the league leaders in goals. When an U-20 striker is imposing himself so well in the Haitian League that's very good news for Haitian Football. Don Bosco has produced many outstanding strikers, among them, Emmanuel "Manno" Sanon and more recently Jean-Phillipe "Pedro" Peguero. Yvesson Etienne is showing great potential at a young age and he is in good hands with the team's new Argentine coach, Claudio Frean.

    Bruny Pierre-Richard of Don Bosco

    Baltimore SC vs. #2 Violette AC

    Baltimore SC at home with the support of their fans will be tough to beat. The St. Marc club has an experienced team that have withstood the effects of the eratic player transfer market. Baltimore clearly has the advantage.

    Violette is a very young team that are bearing early fruits with a 2nd place spot in the standings. Phillipe Vorbe is back with the team apparently but the team will be without key player 19 year old, Marc Mackendy who's suspended due to yellow cards in weeks 2, 8 and 9.

    #3 Roulado vs. Dynamite FC

    Dynamite is in last place and heading towards relegation, the St. Marc club suffered a terrible vehicle accident last season that injured and took the lives of several players in the team. Their 1st division series was a success and they started their second series well until they had the accident. Angelet Joinvilma is scoring the goals but the team's having trouble earning points.

    National team player Kimberly Francois and Rosanto Sainville helped Roulado earn all three points last week. This team has a strong foundation left by their former Argentine coach, Claudio Frean, who's now coaching Don Bosco.


    Aigle Noir vs. ASC

    National team striker Eliphene Cadet, now with ASC, will meet his old club for the 1st time since being traded. ASC appears to have had the better of the trade deal with more than 2 times the number of goals scored by Aigle Noir so far this season.

    Aigle Noir has a very promising team with young players like Rood Kelly Jean (national team player), Jean-Baptiste Fritzson(national team player), and Peterson Joseph (U-17 NT) who's already imposing himself in the Haitian 1st division. Peterson Joseph will miss the clash with ASC due to suspension for yellow cards received in week 3, 8 and 9.
  12. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Racing Club Haïtien Wins as Match Ends in Ref Controversy

    In the battle of the Racings, a very controversial match at Stade Sylvio Cator ended in a 1-0 Racing Club Haïtien win over Racing des Gonaïves, which helped move RCH up to the 11th spot after week 10 was completed in the Championnat National de Première Division.

    Central referee, George Alain Jean, confronted by the "Gonaïviens" after the final whistle

    Police officers had to intervene quickly at the end of the game in order to prevent actions by the Gonaïviens and fans as they protested their disgust with what they believed were poor officiating mistakes throughout sunday's match.

    Reginald Heurtelou of "RCH" being closely marked by Nogales Joseph for the "Gonaïviens"

    If it is true that nobody has the right to tackle the "man in blue" in a football match, it is quite as important that each referee works so that the result respects sporting ethics.

    Aveska Judelain of Racing Club Haïtien

    Alot of protests were given in the last minutes of the match as a Gonaïvien forward was visibly tackled by a RCH defender in the box, which many fans believed was indisputable evidence for a penalty shot but instead the ref seemed to ignore the play and let the match continue.
  13. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    ASC Finally Takes Top Spot After A Spectacular Week 10

    After a 2-0 home win over Aigle Noir last sunday and a 2-1 win over Victory wednesday, ASC has moved up to take the top spot in the current league standings of the Championnat National de Première Division thanks to goals from forwards Eliphène Cadet and Jacques Mary Saint-Fleur. Also throughout the match there was great playmaking from midfielder Roosevelt Désir.

    Eliphène Cadet of ASC

    The win also moves ASC 3 points clear of Don Bosco and Cavaly.

    Jacques Mary Saint-Fleur of ASC

    Saint-Fleur, the hero last sunday after scoring both goals in ASC's 2-0 win over Aigle Noir in a hard fought match at Parc Saint Victor.
  14. Elninho

    Elninho Member+

    Sacramento Republic FC
    United States
    Oct 30, 2000
    Sacramento, CA
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Off-topic, but I find this picture interesting. I was under the impression that referees weren't supposed to have shirt sponsors?
  15. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Nah i didn't know referees weren't supposed to have shirt sponsors.

    Digicel Cloture 2006
    Week 10

    1) ASC 10 matches played, 20 pts.
    2) Don Bosco 10 matches played, 17 pts.
    3) Cavaly 10 matches played, 17 pts.
    4) Roulado 10 matches played, 16 pts.
    5) Violette AC 10 matches played, 15 pts.
    6) Tempête FC 10 matches played, 15 pts.
    7) Baltimore SC 10 matches played, 14 pts.
    8) Zénith 10 matches played, 14 pts.
    9) Aigle Noir 10 matches played, 14 pts.
    10) AS Mirebalais 10 matches played, 12 pts.
    11) Racing Club Haïtien 10 matches played, 12 pts.
    12) Victory 10 matches played, 12 pts.
    13) AS Carrefour 10 matches played, 10 pts.
    14) Racing des Gonaïves 10 matches played, 9 pts.
    15) US Frères 10 matches played, 9 pts.
    16) Dynamite FC 10 matches played, 6 pts.
  16. MetroChile

    MetroChile Member+

    Jan 13, 2001
    NJ; Valpo.
    Santiago Wanderers
    Nat'l Team:
    I think Digicel (the sponsoring company) has pumped all the (private) money into the league. From the pics I've seen, just about every team is sponsored by them, so it really doesn't make much difference.

  17. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Don Bosco is doing a good job in Haiti this season. In addition to their current league success, the Port-au-Prince based club will put up an official website soon, in fact they hosted a press conference last monday in which they revealed many new features for the club including posters of the squad. They have already started to distribute pictures whenever the team is playing.

    They are trying to expose the club to the public as well as trying to make the players more well known to the public.

    In magazines people will have a chance to discover everything about their favorite players from the club such as their profiles, pictures, interests, and their previous clubs.

    Another club that is trying to follow this initiative is Racing Club Haïtien. They're coming along soon.

    The website hasn't been opened yet but it'll probably be at www.donboscopv.com

    Digicel Cloture 2006, week 12 results



    Résultats de la 12ème Journée

    Racing Club Haïtien 2:1 Baltimore SC

    Tempête FC 1:1 ASC

    Zénith 2:3 Cavaly

    Racing des Gonaïves 1:1 Violette AC

    AS Mirebalais 3:0 Dynamite FC

    Victory 4:0 AS Carrefour

    Roulado 1:1 Don Bosco

    US Freres - PP - Aigle Noir
  18. drew_VT_6

    drew_VT_6 Member

    Feb 22, 2000
    Orange County, CA
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    FlashEP- What towns are the Premiere clubs from? I saw several Cap-Hatien teams a few St Marc, Gonaives, Carrefour, PaP. Are there any other cities represented in the league? Or are the other cities in lower divisions?
  19. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Well, the capital is home to the most clubs in the league. Don Bosco, Violette AC, Aigle Noir, Victory, and Racing Club Haïtien are all Port-au-Prince based clubs. Fans in St. Marc have 3 clubs to cheer for in Baltimore SC, Tempête FC, and Dynamite FC. AS Carrefour plays for the city it's name after, Carrefour. Racing des Gonaïves, which plays for Gonaïves, is another club named after its city. The other clubs would be AS Mirebalais which is based in Mirebalais, as well as US Frères which is based in Frères. ASC and Zénith are both Cap-Haitien based clubs. Roulado are often called the islanders since they are based in Ile de la Gonave. And finally, Cavaly is based in Leogane.

    Some of the league stadiums in Haiti include;

    Cap-Haitien, Parc Saint Victor
    Leogane, Parc Gerrard Christophe de Leogane
    Port-au-Prince, Stade Sylvio Cator
    Port-au-Prince, Parc Edouard Baker
    St. Marc, Parc Levelt
    Ile de la Gonave, Parc Savil Dessaint de la Gonave
    Gonaïves, Parc Vincent
    Mirebalais, Parc Saint Louis
    Carrefour, Centre Sportif de Carrefour
    Frères, Parc Des Anges
    Parc Issa Galette Roche
    Parc des Issa
  20. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    Of Carlo Marcelin's national team, which headed to Martinique yesterday, all but 3 players selected are from the Haitian Première Division.

    Gabart Fénélon (Racing Club Haïtien)
    Normil Yvener (US Frères)

    Bruny Pierre Richard (Don Bosco)
    Alain Vuibert (Baltimore SC)
    Ednelson Raymond (Baltimore SC)
    Roosevelt Désir (ASC)
    Panel Guerrier (Victory)

    Milieux de terrain:
    Peter Germain (Baltimore SC)
    Mones chery (Racing Club Haïtien)
    Jean Sony Alcenat (Aigle Noir)
    James Marcelin (Racing Club Haïtien)
    Stephane Guillaume (Miami FC, USA)
    Jamil Jean Jacques (Miami FC, USA)

    Decius Dumel (Baltimore SC)
    Fritson Jean Baptiste (Aigle Noir)
    Leonel Saint-Preux (Zénith)
    Herold Marc Gracien (FC Virois, France)
    Alexandre Boucicaut (Violette AC)
    Éliphène Cadet (ASC)
  21. pace8

    pace8 Member

    Aug 17, 2006
    Miami and Montreal
    Montreal Impact
    Nat'l Team:
    So no Fabrice Noel?
  22. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    CFU Club Tournament: Aigle Noir, Baltimore SC continue preparations

    As the Caribbean Qualifiers for the 2007 CONCACAF Champions Cup™ draw closer, last season's champions, Baltimore SC(Championat d'Ouverture 2006) and Aigle Noir(Championat de Fermeture 2006) continue to prepare for their respective first round groups.

    Aigle Noir has been placed in group A, along with Harbour View(JAM), Positive Vibes(VIR), and SV Centro Social Deportivo Barber(ANT). Group A action will begin on November 30th and will be hosted in Jamaica.

    Aigle Noir

    Baltimore SC has been placed in group B, along with Waterhouse(JAM) and UNDEBA(ANT). Group B action will begin on December 8th and will also be hosted in Jamaica.

    Baltimore SC

    The first round group winners will advance to the semifinals, to be completed before December 31st, at a venue of one of the semifinalist clubs.

    The CONCACAF Champions Cup™ is the longest running international club competition in the region and has crowned the champion club of the Confederation since its inception in 1962.
  23. drew_VT_6

    drew_VT_6 Member

    Feb 22, 2000
    Orange County, CA
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    How does a team get into the league? Do places like Jacmel, Les Cayes, Jeremie or Port-de-Paix have teams in lower leagues?
  24. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    well i know Les Cayes has a new club now even though it's considered the birthplace of Haitian futbol. It's currently in Haiti's 3rd division but with some luck they'll probably move up soon.

    Digicel Cloture 2006
    Week 14

    1) Aigle Noir 14 matches played, 26 pts.
    2) ASC 14 matches played, 25 pts.
    3) Don Bosco 14 matches played, 23 pts.
    4) Cavaly 13 matches played, 22 pts.
    5) Violette AC 14 matches played, 21 pts.
    6) Roulado 14 matches played, 21 pts.
    7) Victory 14 matches played, 18 pts.
    8) Baltimore SC 14 matches played, 18 pts.
    9) Racing Club Haïtien 14 matches played, 18 pts.
    10) AS Mirebalais 14 matches played, 17 pts.
    11) Tempête FC 14 matches played, 17 pts.
    12) AS Carrefour 14 matches played, 17 pts.
    13) Zénith 14 matches played, 16 pts.
    14) Racing des Gonaïves 13 matches played, 11 pts.
    15) Dynamite FC 14 matches played, 11 pts.
    16) US Frères 12 matches played, 9 pts.

    In yesterday's match Aigle Noir easily dismantled US Frères 3-0. That match was played after this weeks' standings were given out. another good result for Aigle Noir, especially with their CFU Club Tournament campaign starting next thursday in Jamaica. Last sunday they won a very key match away from home against Baltimore SC in St. Marc, winning 1-0.
  25. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    AS Carrefour stuns ASC

    ASCAR's hope to preserve its place in the première division was helped last sunday in their dominating performance in a 1-0 win at home against ASC at Centre Sportif de Carrefour. A goal by Simon Frederic (his sixth goal this season) in the 30th minute was all ASCAR needed as their defense pressured and held off ASC's Eliphène Cadet and Jacques Mary Saint-Fleur throughout the match. The Carrefourois currently are in 12th place after week 14.

    AS Carrefour

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