Five matches were played across three centres on Matchday 9 of the ongoing Governor Seriake Dickson Football Tournament.
Team Imiringi and Emeyal Football Club, all from Ogbia Council Area, along side Bentadas football club of Southern Ijaw on thursday, crashed out of the Restoration Cup 2015.
In the first match played at the Otuasegha centre, saw Team Imiringi, scorers of nine unreplied goals against BYCAS FC, losing 5-4 on penalties to Invisible Stars also of Ogbia, after the game ended one-all at regulation time.
It was victory for home team, Otuasegha movers of Ogbia, as they also progress to next round, by beating Emeyal Football Club of Ogbia 3-1 on penalties, in the second game at Otuasegha.
At the Kpansia centre, Heaven Alters of Southern Ijaw, defeated neighbours, Bentadas Football Club one goal to nil to progress, with striker Okosu Tonye Okosu scoring the decisive goal in the 15th minute of the game.
A loosed ball from the midfield met the unmarked Okosu, who dribbled past a defender, before placing the ball at the far right, beyond the reach of the goal-keeper.
The second half was a total turn around for Bentadas FC, as they pressed for an equaliser by any means, but could not find the back of the net, despite playing against 10 men.
Restoration Boys of Yenagoa progressed to the next round after defeating Spotlight Football Club of Yenagoa, 2-1 in a much thrilling encounter at the Kpansia centre.
Jersey No. 17, Lagos Binaebi scored the first goal, after recieving a pass from his team-mate, blasted from 20-yards, just 4 minutes from kick-off, while Opuku Peremene scored his second goal of the competition, after his soft kick went in between the legs of the goal-keeper, and right inside the net to make it two.
The startled goal-keeper, Tomini Igwele, after conceding reckless goals was substituted for the experieced Godfirst Eze, who gave his team some confidence, as they pressed on for a goal.
In the second half, striker, Success Obesi, pulled one back for Spotlight in the 55th minute, thereby raising the hope for his team, as they kept pushing for an equalizer, that never came.
At the Amassoma centre, Amassoma United eased pass Ogboin United 2-nil, to book a place in the next round of the ongoing Restoration Cup.