Seven goals were scored in Sunday’s triple header at the Warner Park in the SKNFA Premier
League. All three panned out in victories: St. Peters F.C. defeating Hotsprings Bath United 2-0,
Rams Village Superstars edging out Fast Cash Saddlers 1-0 and Sol IAS Conaree F.C. clipping a
10-man Hobson Enterprises Garden F.C. 2-1.
HOTSPRINGS BATH UTD 0 – 2 ST PETERS
(Halftime score 0 – 2 in favor of St. Peters)
Scoring for ST. PETERS
Yannick Harris 10th min
Makonen Gumbs 27th min
The commentary team of Al Edwards and Esington Watts commented on the fortunes of Bath
United to avoid relegation even after this result. “The three bottom placed teams all played this
weekend and all lost,” said Al Edwards. He added that Bath on the other hand, lose by a smaller
margin compare to their lower ranked opponents, which is instrumental for goal difference and
placement. “I think they are in the number 10 position only on goal difference,” Edwards said.
In match number two:
FAST CASH SADDLERS UTD 0 – 1 RAMS VILLAGE SUPERSTARS
(Half time score 0 – 0 )
Scoring for Village
Mazari Hodge 48th min
For the commentary team of Sylvester Charles and Esington Watts, they believe though an
arduous victory for Village, it was still three valuable points. “We will just have to congratulate
the coaching staff, for giving the impetus to the players to rise above the occasion and get that
all important goal…that’s all it took to get the three points so congratulation to the Village Superstars,” Charles said.
And finally, SOL IAS Conaree F.C. came from behind to edge Hobson Enterprises Garden
Hotspurs 2-1. Spurs earned scored a goal within the first minute of the match through Tishan
Hanley, only for Geovannie Lake, who had just returned the Premier League from a one match
suspension for a red card in his last match, to be giving marching orders again this time for a
straight red card in the 17th minute. Referee Kimbel Ward ruled a foul he committed in the 17th
minute as serious foul play deserving of a red.
That left Spurs with just ten men for most of the match and it took its toll in the second half
with two errors from goalkeeper Adolphus Jones—one in the 57th minute where he
inadvertently knocked the ball in his own net from a corner kick and missing out on a ball
which was tapped in the goal by Trevor Hanley in the 59th minute.
The Premier League Live commentator and analyst Loshaun Dixon and Derrick Mills assessed
the match and the victory for Conaree. “You see them come back out in the second half and it
was all business for Conaree. They took advantage of (having the extra player),” Mills said. The
SKNFA Premier League continue this weekend at the Warner Park.