Rams Village Superstars inflicted defeat on defending SKNFA Premier League Champions S.L.
Horsfords St. Paul’s 2-1 in Super Six Playoff action last week Tuesday. The lone goal came in
the 16 th minute from Dequan Johnson for Village. St. Paul’s came close to finding an equalizer,
but failed to score. After the match Coach Asim Jenkins of Village said this game was about
heart and bouncing back after a defeat. “This game was about just heart and rebounding. How
you respond to difficult moments, that’s what this game was about,” Jenkins said, referring to
their previous match against Spurs. “I am proud of the guys; they worked really hard. They
deserve this win.”
Manager for St. Paul’s Derionne Edmeade, said they still have a good chance to make the finals
despite suffering their first loss of the playoffs. “We came out tonight just like all the other teams
to really get the three points. Unfortunately, we didn’t. We have to give commendation to Ram’s
Village Superstars. They really came out tonight and were able to walk away with the
victory. We still have to feel good about ourselves…we still have a game in hand so we still have
a chance to pull ourselves together with three games left, nine points on the table. We still have a
chance to make it to the finals,” Edmeade said.
In the night’s earlier match, SOL IAS Conaree got their first win of the post season with a 2-1
victory over St. Peters FC.
Scoring for Conaree
Nicquan Phipps 2nd min
Kadeen Lewis 37th min
Scoring for St. Peters
Aiden Nurse 90th +2 mins
Caption: Rams Village Superstars Football Club.