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Yamaros remain winless

Vitis Yamaros are still hunting their first win at the 2017 National Soccer League competition after a heavily defeat from defending champion Lae City Dwellers.

Port Moresby based franchise Vitis Yamaros FC who got a 6-1 dosage before their home crowd at Bisini Soccer Oval yesterday.

Papua New Guinea international striker Raymond Gunemba continued his unbridled form to snap up a plucky hat-trick in a feature performance.

The win continues their undefeated form and also strengthens their early favouritism tag to retain the premiership.

The acquisition of PNG midfielder Jacob Sabua, who came off the bench in the second-half, further strengthens their resolve as well.

Huawei PS United also showed they are amongst the top contenders with their convincing 4-0 win over Buang FC.

While Madang FC relished the return from injury of former international Neil Hans, who volleyed the only goal of the tight contest to ensure they keep third placed PS United at arms-length in third place.

The Lae City Dwellers collected another win, this time at the expense of the winless Yamaros FC of Port Moresby.

The Dwellers led by striker Raymond Gunemba beat Yamaros 6-1 in a convincing win at Bisini yesterday.

Gunemba wowed the Port Moresby crowd with a treble, while Emmanuel Simon, Peter Dabinyaba Jr and Mathew Daniel scored one each in the goal-fest as well.

Gunemba scored his first at the 28thminute, and to Yamaros credit, kept pace with the champions to be down by only a goal at half-time.

In the second-half, it was one-way traffic with goals raining down from Emmanuel Simon at the 54th, Peter Dabinyaba Jnr a minute later, then Gunemba for his second at the 59th and then Mathew David nine minutes later in a four-goal splurge to lead 5-0.

Yamaros retaliated with their moment of joy through Moses Asrib at the 75th minute, but as it started, Gunemba close the book with his third to seal another convincing win.

The Dwellers will play Besta next in Port Moresby on Saturday at 10am.


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