BRI-MATHIAS HODGE - Sunday, April 25, 2010
Daniel Antunez started for the second week in a row as Inter Turku traveled up to Ostrobothnia Sunday and took three points back home.

FF Jaro 0 - 1 Inter Turku

Daniel Antunez started on Sunday as Inter Turku traveled up the west coast and defeated Jaro in Jakobstad thanks to a late tally.

The California native worked for 74 minutes before being replaced by Pablo Gomez-Marttila.

The visitors came out and dominated possession in the first half but could not slip anything past Jaro's Estonian goalkeeper Vitali Teles.

Just when it seemed a scoreless game was in the cards former Nigerian U-17 player Kennedy Nwanganga found the back of the net i the 82nd minute to give Inter the full three points.

The win gives Inter four points from the first two matches, good enough for a tie for the top spot, though that could change quickly with two games scheduled for Monday night.

Jaro are currently sixth in the table, but just a point back from the leaders.


Neither Greg Eckhardt nor Brian Pope were involved as Vaasan Palloseura took out their Åland Island hosts Mariehamn three to zero on Sunday.