TGE Dieppe Bay Eagles were the lone winners in the SKNFA Premier League on Sunday May 23,
with a crucial 2-0 win over Trafalgar Southstars; a day when the two other matches ended
Scoring for Dieppe Bay
Shawn Dasent 21st min
Mirico Cranston 34th min
This victory is crucial in Dieppe Bay’s quest to avoid relegation as they now have seven points
and have moved up from the bottom of the table, leapfrogging Southstars. Though they are still
in the relegation zone, behind Bath United on the same points and a game in hand, the victory
serves as a morale booster.
In the day’s other match:
H E GARDEN HOTSPURS 0 – 0 FLOW 4G CAYON ROCKETS
(half time score 0 – 0 )
Coach Austin “Dico” Huggins said the team had to substitute its striker and as such they were
not able to carry out the game plan. “We had to take off our striker and use a younger guy at
the top. It didn’t materialize what we wanted to do but hopefully in the future we get it
working, we go back to the drawing board and we get it working again,” Huggins said.
Coach of Cayon George Yellowman Isaac said he encouraged his players to play smart and
positive football in the second half. “First half wasn’t too bad, we just have to maintain our
shape and maintain our composure. I know the place was kind of warm and some of the guys
were tired so we just had to hold out for the rest of the half and see what we could do for the
second half,” Isaac said.
ST. PETERS 0 – 0 S L HORSFORDS ST.PAULS UTD
St. Paul’s had 18 attempts on goal, with some four shots on target but still unable to find the
back of the net. After both matches, we spoke to the coaches. Anthony Nets Isaac was excited
during the match, despite not getting the victory. He bemoaned their lack of scoring. “We got
to score our chances once we get them because if you don’t do that, a team like St. Paul’s will
punish you. Fortunately, we get to hold out for the one (point),” Coach Isaac said.
For Coach Iroy Congo Jeffers of St. Paul’s, the match was a well fought game. “It didn’t turn out
how we wanted it to be, but we got one point; one point is a plus for us. We are on top of the
table) still,” Jeffers said.
The match between Fast Cash Saddlers F.C. versus Hotsprings Bath United slated for Saturday
afternoon was postponed upon the request of Saddlers. So the league table has not moved
much after this weekend’s round of matches. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, all
SKNFA leagues have been suspended for two weeks with planned resumption for the Premier
League on June 11.
CAPTION: Dieppe Bay players celebrate one of their two goals on Sunday May 23, at the