Dante Leverock and his JK Narva Trans teammates got their Estonia First Division season off to a good start picking up a 5 0 win over Kuressaare.
JK Narva Trans took the lead in the 19th minute when Viktor Plotnikov scored, it was 2 0 in the 23rd minute through a Svjatoslav Jakovlev strike. Leverock and his teammates took that 2 goal lead to the break.
Plotnikov would make it 3 0 to JK Narva Trans when he scored his second goal of the game in the 51st minute, Leverock would get on the scoresheet in the 68th minute when he scored from close range, before Eduard Golovljov would make it 5 0 in the 87th minute.
Speaking to www.islandstats.com after the game Leverock said, It was a good start for us keeping a clean sheet, getting the three points and it feels good to score as well.
Reggie Lambe was an unused substitute as Carlisle rewarded the efforts of ground staff and volunteers with a 2-0 win over Grimsby to claim their fourth straight win.
Tons of snow were removed from Brunton Park to ensure the Sky Bet League Two game went ahead and goals from Hallam Hope and Mark Ellis moved Carlisle to within three points of the play-offs.
On the flip side, Carlisle's victory meant more bad news for the Mariners and their new manager Michael Jolley, with their winless run extended to 15 games.
Carlisle raced ahead inside the first three minutes with a sweeping move down the right as Mike Jones sent Ashley Nadesan sprinting clear. Richie Bennett was first to the low cross and after James McKeown had pushed out the initial effort, Hope was on hand to stroke the ball home from 12 yards for his 11th goal of the season.
Grimsby were enjoying their best spell, Carlisle made it 2-0 in the 73rd minute when Ellis headed home Devitt's corner from the left.
Hope missed an 85th minute penalty after John O'Sullivan had been bundled over in the box, McKeown diving to his left to produce a good save.