Another draw

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Jamaica Gleaner

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Oct. 10 (Reuters): Trinidad and Guyana footballers tonight produced a near carbon copy of their first match on Thursday to share honours in their two-game series.

The score at the final whistle tonight, as was the case on Thursday, was 1—1 the only difference being that the Guyanese scored first this time and it was the visitors who had to fight for the equalizer.

The performance was witnessed by another large crowd on the ground of the Guyana Sports Club in North Georgetown.

In Thursday's game, Keith Renaud scored in the 13th minute for Trinidad, and Simeon Andrews equalized for the homesters in the 30th minute. The half time score was 1—1, and a goalless second half followed.

This evening, Guyana's Pat Britton draw first blood in the 13th minute, with Trinidad getting their goal, again through Renaud, in the 33rd.

The Trinidadians arrived here on Thursday from Surinam, where they were beaten 3—2 by that country's national team. They are due to leave Guyana on Monday morning.