Cayon, St. Paul’s and Old Road Register Wins In Weekend Action
There were wins for Flow 4G Cayon Rockets, MFCR Old Road United Jets and S.L. Horsfords St. Paul’s United, as round two action continued on Saturday and Sunday in the 2023 SKNFA Premier League.
SECURITY FORCES vs FLOW 4G CAYON ROCKETS
(half time score 0 – 3 in favour of Cayon)
FINAL SCORE 0 – 4 in favour of FLOW 4G CAYON ROCKETS
Scoring for Cayon
Devontay Carty 27th min
Carlos Bertie struck twice 30th & (pk) 33rd min
Shaqkeem Butler 63rd min
NEWTOWN UNITED vs MFCR UNITED OLD ROAD JETS
(half time score 1 – 0 in favour of Newtown Utd)
FINAL SCORE 1 – 2 in favour of MFCR UNITED OLD ROAD JETS
Scoring for Newtown
Shaheem Prentice 45th +1 min
Scoring for Old Road
Tiquanny Williams with 2 goals – 51st & 55th min
FAST CASH SADDLERS vs SOL ISLAND AUTO CONAREE
( half time score 0 – 0 )
FINAL SCORE 1 – 1
Scoring for Conaree
Tijani Fahie 62nd min
Scoring for Saddlers
Navaldo Champagne 74th min
Coach Samuel Phipps said he is pleased with the team’s performance, despite giving up a soft goal early in the second half. “Unfortunately, we went behind again with what I think was a soft goal, but nevertheless, traits of a good team, we always come back and try to level the score so I am pleased with the guys and their performance,” Phipps said.
Coach Al Richards of Conaree was disappointed as he felt his team should have won the match. “I am very disappointed today in giving up these points today. I think it was a game for us to win; we didn’t defend well the set piece from Saddlers either. We gave up a goal…this was a chance to go up the table; maybe 4th position but we slipped it up again,” Richards said.
JONES GROUP SANDY POINT vs S L HORSFORDS ST. PAULS UNITED
(half-time score 0 – 0 )
FINAL SCORE 0 – 2 in favour of S L HORSFORDS ST. PAULS UNITED
Scoring for St. Pauls
Keithroy Freeman (pk) 54th min
Diandre Challenger 78th min
Manager of St. Paul’s Austin Lewis said he was not impressed with the performance of his team. “The performance wasn’t the best. I was not impressed with the performance today. I think we dropped our standard,” Lewis said.
Sandy Point player Shaquan Pemberton said the team played well but made a couple of mistakes, which cost them the match. “I feel like the team played well today. Just a couple of mistakes we made. Next time we have to come out and do what we do again,” Pemberton said.