Boca survive early scare to win comfortably

Despite a second minute goal from College 1975, a hat-trick from Luke Wall saw Boca win 6-1 in this evening’s match.

Photo (C) Black and Burst

Boca once again sat down in protest at the start of their game – the reasons for this are yet to be officially confirmed, but it is not believed to be due to unpaid wages. They were however caught out early by College, who scored through Luis Manuel Gallardo.

This seemed to wake up Boca, and after Mark Warwick saved from Motta and Perez, it would be Gib U21 international Didi Peacock who would equalise, with an acrobatic effort on the half-hour mark. Boca keeper Kieren Proctor was called into action to tip a shot wide, before Boca went ahead – Peacock the provider this time for Luke Wall to tap in.

The second half saw Boca take full control and add a further four goals to secure their first win of the season. Motta’s ball over the College defence was volleyed in by Wall, and three minute later Motta turned goalscorer, firing past Warwick to wrap up the three points in the 53rd minute.

Boca would go on to add a further two goals – Wall got his hat-trick after firing in a rebound from Peacock’s effort, before Nathan Santos got in on the act to notch a sixth for Boca – that would be it for the game.


Boca: Proctor; Gilbert (Marquez, 71), Perez, Parkinson (Cottrel, 45), Wall (Haddad, 85), Motta, Peacock, Clinton, Armstrong, Daniele

Unused Subs: Atkinson, Moreno, Burns, Drudi

College 1975: Warwick; Sanchez, Hughes, Ruiz (Urenda, 60), Ruh Dos Santos (Pacheco, 46), Franco, Parragues, Nito (Callejon, 70), Victor (Matto, 60), Gonzalez, Gallardo (Da Costa, 70)

Unused Subs: Migge, Field

Yellow Cards: Perez, Clinton; Gonzalez

Red Cards: None