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After almost a one-year layoff due to COVID-19, action resumed in the SKNFA Division 1
football on Tuesday at the Kim Collins Stadium in Bird Rock. Security Forces F.C. continue to
pile the pressure on the league leaders with a big 4-3 victory of Conaree Fireballs at the Kim
Collins Stadium in Bird Rock.

Scoring for Security forces 
Dennis Phillip 12th min
Lesburt Jeffrey 15th min 
Donyelle Francis 35th min 
Omari Piggott 45th min 

Scoring for Conaree Fireballs 
Orlando Mitchum struck twice 16th & 51st min 
Germa Browne 28th min 

After the match, Coach of Security Forces Gary Clark said the victory was crucial to his team.
“My team performed very well, seeing that this was a very crucial game in the standings…we’re
looking forward to greater things coming,” Clarke said.

Dwight Huggins, a player with Conaree Fireballs said the performance to the team was a good
performance, despite the loss. “It was a very good one. Can’t complain. We lost by one goal, lost
the three points but we still feel like we won the game because we outplayed them in the dying
minutes of the game,” Huggins said.

Security Forces’ lead at the top of the table however was short lived as in the very next match,
Mantab delivered a mauling of KFC Trinity/Challengers United 8-0.
Scoring for Mantab 
Sylvester Alexander 4 goals – 10th, 19th, 60th & 75th mins
Everseley Davis hat trick – 34th, 68th & 84th min 
Arvill Challenger 77th min 

Coach Vaughn Patrick of Mantab was pleased with the win. “Basically, the game plan was to
come out and get the three points because it was very important. One point separates the top

three teams so we know getting a win would have been very important. And as you saw earlier
Security Forces also got a win so we knew we had to keep up the momentum. Action in Division
1 continues this Thursday at the Warner Park.


Caption: Coach of Security Forces Gary Clarke