Shakuile Williams

ON SCORESHEET: Shakuile Williams, left, and Ronald Whiskey were on target for Innocent Fun on Thursday, leading them to a 3-2 win against Fire House in 2019 Lendore Village Football League action at the Chrissie Terrace Recreation ground in Enterprise, Chaguanas. --Photo courtesy Zion John.

SHAKUILE WILLIAMS scored a goal on either side of halftime to lead home team Innocent Fun to a 3-2 win against a dogged Fire House FC in their 2019 Lendore Village Football League match-up at the Chrissie Terrace Recreation Ground in Enterprise on Thursday.

In a keenly contested affair, Ronald Whiskey gave Innocent Fun the lead in the 15th minute, placing a right-footed shot beyond the reach of goalkeeper Learie Prince. But Fire House responded two minutes after having conceded.

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