Scoring 2 goals in the first half was not enough for Hekari FC, as they came back with a venom to inflict a treble of goals in the second half with Tommy Semmy scoring a hat-trick and Koriak Upaiga scoring his double and Tutizama Tanito scored one goal to overwhelm the visitors.The second half grew tense with lots of physical contact with man to man marking when Lae City Dwellers FC couldn’t find their way through the Hekari’s defense.Despite numerous crosses and chips from the Dwellers to send their front liners Nigel Dabinyaba and Raymond Gunemba through, Hekari backliners will not let them pass as they cleared all balls in their way.Then Hekari’s import player Tutzama Tanito opened the second half score with another point on the board for Hekari to extend the lead 3-0.Sixteen minutes later veteran Tommy Semmy pulled off another goal outside the Dwellers 18 yards, pocketing the footy at the left hand corner of the top post to lead 4-0.Semmy than ended the day with a hat-trick 10 minutes before fulltime with a cross from Upaiga which got Semmy stretching his right foot forward to tip the ball with the edge of his boot to slightly roll behind the net.Dwellers fought harder but only to go down scoreless to the strong outstanding Hekari FC performance.Hekari defended their minor premier title and look forward for a rematch with Dwellers next Saturday for the NSL grand final.
The grand fundraising total of the North West Tractor Fest at Milford Mart has been revealed.The event cultivated €1,000 for two important charities – the MS Donegal Branch and Parents and Friends of Abbey Village Kilmacrennan.Cheques of €500 each were recently presented to charity representatives, marking a proud achievement for the event organisers. The Nort West Tractor Fest group presenting €500 to MS Donegal Branch. from left are Robert Browne, NW tractor Fest, Catriona Browne, NW Tractor Fest, Tracey McKnight, Christina Friel, Ronald McKnight, MS Donegal and Anna Marie Brogan, NW Tractor Fest. Photo Clive WassonThe North West Tractor Fest presenting Partents and Friends of Abbey village Kilmacrennan with €500 from this years event. Font from left are Rorbert Browne, NW Tractror Fest, Veronica Orr, Abbey Village, Paul Thompson, Abbey Village and Anna Marie Brogan, NW Tractor Fest. Back from left are Marion Gibbons, Catriona Browne, NW Tractor Fest, Ava Thompson and Bridget Boyce. Photo Clive WassonCatch up on the day and prizes in our picture special from 20th May 2018:Picture Special: Crowds flock to Milford for North West Tractor FestHay, that’s great! North West Tractor Fest raises €1,000 for charity was last modified: June 25th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:chequesMS Donegal Branchnew tractor festParents and Friends of Abbey Village Kilmacrennan.Presentation