… Wakapau, Mainstay notch wins in EssequiboTHE inclement weather continues to hamper the flow of matches in the inaugural Guyana Football Federation/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National Under-17 Intra Association League.The tournament had kicked off in June and lasted for just over four weeks before consistent rainfall put paid to its continuation due to grounds not being in playable conditions. Berbice, East Demerara, Georgetown, East Bank, West Demerara and Bartica have all been affected.The Upper Demerara leg is set to kick off tomorrow from 12:00hrs at the Wisburg ground.ESSEQUIBO FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONWakapau did not have to break a sweat to notch full points as their opponents, Super 11 FC failed to show up for the match at the Charity ground last Saturday. The other match for that venue saw Dartmouth Dominators claw their way back from a 2-0 deficit to earn an equal share of the points against Charity Extreme, the match ending 2-2.Charity had sailed to a 2-0 lead by the 20th minute thanks to goals from Gavin France and Gavin Duke in the 7th and 20th minutes respectively.But a second-half double off the boot of Ridley Victor saw Dartmouth dominate this period of play to secure a draw. Victor was on target in the 62nd and 68th minutes.Over at Mainstay ground, Henrietta United trounced the home team 4-0 in the lone fixture for the day. Goals were netted by Jumain Bowen in the 12th, Jumanne John in the 27th minute, Jarod Granville in the 44th minute and Christopher Boston in the 80th minute.Matches will continue this weekend. Tomorrow at the New Opportunity Corps ground from 15:30hrs, Queenstown United are set to face Good Hope while on Sunday at the Anna Regina Community Centre ground from 13:30hrs, Henrietta United will match skills with Super 11 FC.West Demerara Football AssociationAction is set to resume at the Den Amstel Community Centre ground with one match tomorrow and another on Sunday.Tomorrow’s fixture from 12:00hrs will see Beavers come up against Slingerz FC. On Sunday at the same time and venue, Eagles FC will seek to soar to victory, but standing in their way will be Wales United.