up next was Son Veri Vets against Palmesanos.
So, what would the teams need to do in this game
to advance their tournament;
Veri Vets: It was a simple equation for Son Veri
Vets – a win would take them into fourth place
and qualify for the Plate. Anything less and they
would finish 5 th and face elimination from the
A win or a draw would see them qualify for the
Cup in second position. They could even afford
to lose as long as it was not a thrashing due
to their superior goal difference compared to
Dickie Dogs. They would have to lose by 7 to give
up the advantage of goal difference.
knowing that barring disaster, they were virtually
through enabled Palmesanos to play with a certain
freedom and as such they put Son Veri Vets to
the sword with the biggest win in Group A. Since
a creditable 0-0 against Dickie Dogs the Son Veri
Vets defence had crumbled conceding 6 against
Norton Old Boys and now 8 goals against Palmesanos.
was 5-1 to Palmesanos at half-time and 8-1 by
the end when the referee put Son Veri Vets out
of their misery. The goals were shared around
with Javier Alodear (2), Javier Olivas Garcia
(2), Carlos Alomar Amoros (2), Julian Lopez Meija
and Fernando Gonzalez Forteza all finding a successful
path to goal.
Veri Vets could now enjoy all that the location
had to offer – stunning beach, hot sun, café
serving cold beer. Perfect.