Monday, March 18, 2013

Division 1 Results - Matchday 3


Khon Kaen 0-2 Rayong Utd
Krabi 3-0 Ayutthaya
Phuket 3-1 Sriracha
Saraburi 1-2 Singh Tarua
Siam Navy 0-0 BBCU

Tossapol Yodchan's last gasp winner ensured that Singh Tarua remained in pole position. It's now three wins out of three for the club recently relegated from the TPL.
In the south, Phuket and Krabi both enjoyed their first wins of the season. The game in Krabi was tight until Ayutthaya had Anu dismissed on the hour. John Mary then netted his first goal for Krabi before Ekaphan added a late double to leave Ayutthaya licking their wounds.
Dudu was also on hand to notch his first double for the Islanders as they beat Sriracha 3-1. The losses for Ayutthaya and Sriracha leave them tied to the bottom on one point.
Late strikes from David Le Bras and Apirat earned Rayong United their first win with a 2-0 success at Khon Kaen while BBCU etched out another point at Siam Navy to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.


Nakhon Ratchasima 1-0 Nakhon Pathom Utd
Rayong FC 1-2 Trat
TTM 0-2 Bangkok FC

Bangkok FC took advantage of the cancellation between PTT Rayong v Air Force to move into second place. Thawin headed the Bulligans in front shortly before half time and Voraves wrapped up the points seven minutes from the end. In between the goals, Jean Marc Beyeme saved a penalty from Didier Sohna to keep the Iron Bulls ahead. However, TTM would have felt aggrieved that the former BBCU keeper was still on the park for the spot kick. The referee failed to award Beyeme a second yellow card after he blatantly tugged on a TTM player to concede the penalty.
In the battle of the Nakhons it was Ratchasima who prevailed with Prompong's injury time strike sparing his blushes after he'd earlier had his penalty saved. 
Rayong United fans were officially banned for the clash with Trat but that didn't prevent many of the locals watching from the car parks adjacent to the stadium. All three goals came in the first 20 minutes with Miroslav Toth capitalizing on an error between goalkeeper and defender to score the all important winning goal.

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