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Guam Shipyard wins GFA Cup

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In Men's Soccer, Guam Shipyard was crowned champions of the Beck's 5th Annual GFA Cup in Harmon. Shipyard defeated Quality Distributors FC 4-3 behind a late goal by Jason Cunliffe in extra time assisted by Anthony Babauta.

The last time Shipyard were champions was back in 2010 when the beat Quality 4-3 in the title game. Jason Cunliffe went home with Player of the Game honors. Quality got scores from Matt Cruz who scored twice and Scott Spindel who found the back of the net.

For Shipyard it was Donald Weakley, AJ Pothen and Camden Aguon who scored late in the match to send the game into extra time. Jason Cunliffe sealed the deal for Shipyard with the game-winning goal. In the earlier game it was Cars Plus FC defeating Fuji Ichiban FC 3-2. Andre Gadia, Ian Mariano and Shawn Spindel scored for Cars Plus.

Fuji Ichiban's goals came from Gen Fudo and David John Cruz.

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