In an unprecedented fashion, the third consecutive Super Six Playoff match ended in a 0-0 draw
at the Warner Park on Wednesday when regular season league winners Rams Village Superstars
and Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs failed to deliver a single goal despite several chances.
Hasani Flemming of Spurs cleared off the goal line what was the closest to a goal. Village striker
Tiran Hanley got the ball past the Spurs goalkeeper only to see his creeping shot cleared off the
line by Flemming. Spurs also had some chances but went a begging and were little threat to the
Man of the Match was Lawrence Jeffers of Village Superstars. Coach of the Village Superstars
Stephen Clarke while pleased they did not concede any goals, was unhappy they didn’t score.
“We didn’t give up any goal. That was a plus. We created numerous chances, which is also a
plus…I am very disappointed. We had too many chances. We had like ten chances in the first
half; come back second half and had eight, nine chances…we create a lots of chances but we
didn’t score goals and capitalize on the chances created,” he lamented.
Coach Austin Dico Huggins was pleased with his team’s performance, but said they will have to
work on their finishing in order to improve. “We came to get three points so we got to go back
and work on our finishing,” Huggins said.
The Super Six playoffs continue on Saturday and Sunday at Warner Park:
5:00 PM – SOL Island Auto Conaree vs. H.E Garden Hotspurs
7:00 PM – S.L Horsford St. Pauls United vs. FLOW 4G Cayon Rockets
6:00 PM – Rams Village Superstars vs. St. Peters