SOL IAS Conaree FC started off their 2023 SKNFA Premier League campaign on the right note,
with a 2-0 victory over St. Peters FC at the Verchilds playing field on Saturday evening.
Scoring for Conaree
Byron Phillip 36th min
Anthony Grant 87th min
Coach Al Richards said after the match, he was pleased with the win, despite his team not
performing to its best. “Congrats to my team for winning a 2-nil victory. My thoughts on the
game are simple; the first game of the season, we didn’t really get it right, but we got the
victory” Richards said.
Coach Austin Dico Huggins of St. Peters, who coached his first premier league match for his
new team, said his team created chances, but were poor at finishing. “I think we need to be more
lethal in the attacking third of the field and we need to concentrate more on the job, especially on
the game plan that is laid out,” Huggins said. “That’s all we need to work on and get more involved mentally; because it is important that we remember everything that we need to do, in which area of the field that we need to do it and we need to play harder, more intense; a lot more running off the ball, so therefore we need to get fitter,” he said.
In the following match, defending champions S.L. Horfords St. Paul’s United were held by home
side MFCR Old Road United Jets 0-0. Both teams created few chances but defended resolutely
ending in a goalless draw.
Caption: Action between Conaree and St. Peters on Saturday in Verchilds.