SKNFA Premier League action returned to Nevis on Sunday with a match between Bath United and Garden Hotspurs at the Nevis Athletics Stadium. The match was drawn 1-1.
GOAL SCORER for Bath
Omarion Bartlette 13th min
GOAL SCORER for Spurs
Jeamaul Hodge 84th min
This is the second match to play on Nevis for the 2023 Premier League season. Meanwhile, on St. Kitts at Warner Park, league leaders Flow 4G Cayon Rockets dismissed MFCR Old Road United Jets 3-0.
GOAL SCORERS for Cayon
Devontay Carty struck twice – 20th & 63rd min.
Mervin Lewis 68th min
With these results, Cayon Rockets remain top of the table with 39 points after 16 matches; defending champions St. Paul’s United in second with 31 points and a game in hand, St. Peters FC in third with 28 points, Old Road United Jets dropping from 3rd to 4th with 27 points, Village Superstars and Conaree FC in 5th and 6th respectively with 24 points, Newtown United falling from the top 3 into 7th in a matter of weeks with 23 points and Bath United just above the relegation playoff zone in 8th place with 19 points. Garden Hotspurs are in the relegation playoff spot (9th) with 16 points. This means, if the regular season of the league were to end today, Spurs would have to play the second-place team in Division 1 to remain in the Premier League. The three regulation spots are occupied by Saddlers United, Security Forces, and Sandy Point FC with 12, 9, and 2 points respectively. Local football action returns on Wednesday in Cayon for the SKNFA FA Cup semifinals starting at 6 pm.