The young Sugar Boys thrashed Montserrat 4-0 on August Monday at the Warner Park Football Stadium in the CUF U-14 Caribbean Challenge Series. Bouncing back from their 2-0 loss on Saturday, the host side was a lot more clinical in front of goal, much to the delight of their Coach Delvin Harris, who bemoaned their poor finishing in their opening match for their loss.
ST.KITTS – NEVIS 4 – 0 MONTSERRAT
(Halftime 2 – 0)
SCORING FOR SKN
Jabez Dorset (pk) 29th min
Ronald Williams 36th min
Elandre Govia 54th min
Zion Nisbett 70th min
Coach Harris was much more satisfied with the output of his team but believes there is much more work to be done. “The mistakes that we made (in the first march) we went out and worked on them and come back. We still didn’t execute as well as we wanted to be but we are still going to work on it,” he said. “The defense was better and we wanted to work on that. Those were the key factors from the last game…(the performance) was much better but we are going to still work on it,” he added.
For Coach George Dublin of Montserrat, he felt his team was always in the match until St. Kitts earned a penalty which led to their first goal. “I thought we defended well. St. Kitts, I think they have a very good team. We were blocking all their pockets and so on but unfortunately the penalty went against us and the game took a different turn after that,” he said. Coach Dublin said despite the losses, he is seeing some good performances from his team and he will try and encourage them and keep them motivated.
In the day’s other match Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines drew 2-2.
SCORING FOR DMA
Davone George 4th min
Shane Parillon 61st min
SCORING FOR SVG
Oryan Velox struck twice 20th & 29th min
St. Kitts will get some rest on Wednesday when the tournament resumes at 2pm when Antigua will play Dominica and Montserrat will tackle SVG.
Caption: Action during the match between St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat in the CFU U-14 Caribbean Challenge Series.