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Thursday, June 01, 2006

Panatina beats KGVI in secondary school soccer finals


The Honiara secondary schools soccer competition last night ended successfully even though the final between Panatina and King George Six senior boys was marred by crowd violence.

Panatina won the match defeating the State owned KGVI 7-5 after penalty shootout to regain pride following the downfall of its girl’s team in the final on Tuesday. Panatina had to survive the penalty scare after the spirited KGVI came from 3-2 down to equalise in the dying minutes of second half.

Earlier Pantina national U17 midfielder Lenson Bisili missed a penalty in his second attempt after his side was leading comfortably in the second half. Anthony Rex put Panatina 2 nil ahead in the first half before completing his hatrick in the second half.

KGVI’ captain Judd Molea and Milton Ragaruma closed the gap in the second half before the latter sent his fans into ecstasy with the equaliser. But Panatina’s third goal was claimed to be an offside which striker Anthony Rex scored behind the wall of KGVI defenders. Rex was seen receiving the ball alone before blasting it past KGVI goalkeeper Desmond Kanuto who did not make any attempts to save it.

The controversial goal has led to crowd violence, which broke out behind the eastern side of Lawson Tama stadium. Supporters from both sides attacked each other but police intervention prevented it from escalating. The negative crowd behaviour marred what was earlier expected to be thriller reflecting the theme of the competition “Unity through sports”.

Panatina will now join Naha, junior boys champion, and Honiara High (open girls), to represent the City in this month’s national school championship.



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