CRUCIAL WINS IN WEEKEND PREMIER LEAGUE ACTION
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CRUCIAL WINS IN WEEKEND PREMIER LEAGUE ACTION

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There were wins for Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs, MFCR Old Road United Jets and Hotsprings Bath United in weekend action of the SKNFA Premier League at various venues. In Cayon on Friday Garden Hotspurs defeated Security Forces 4-0.

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 Scoring for Garden Hotspurs 

Jequayne Mills (Security forces) own goal 28th min 

Steve Archibald struck twice 45th & 47th min 

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Akio Benjamin 90th + 1 min 

 The second match between Flow 4G Cayon Rockets and Fast Cash Saddlers United in Cayon, was abandoned in the 81stminute with the score at 3-2 in favor of Cayon. The match ended prematurely due to an incident which affected the continuance of the game. After reviewing the referees report, the Competitions Committee of the SKNFA decided that the game will resume from the 81st minute on Thursday March 9, 2023 at the same venue at 7pm. The SKNFA appeals to fans of all teams, to respect all match officials and refrain from engaging in any activity that can affect the integrity of the game.”

 On Saturday Bath United defeated SOL IAS Conaree FC 2-1 at the Newtown Playing field.

 Scoring for Bath Utd 

Phillron Lavia struck twice (pk) 77th & 90th + 2 min 

 Scoring for Conaree 

Quanieki Clarke 82nd min  

Red Card 

Byron Phillip (Conaree) 45th +2 min 

(Receiving a 2nd caution during the match ) 

Coach Alex Claxton of Bath said the win was a result of proper preparation one game at a time. “It’s important that we prepare game by game…the game that we are supposed to play, we prepare for,” the coach said. For this match, he said the aim for the first half was not to concede any goal and press Conaree in the second half to score. “We believed that when we came back out in the second half, we would have been able to apply some pressure and make sure we pressure them in their own half, and out of that, the goals came,” Claxton explained.

Coach Al Richards of Conaree said its back to the drawing board to work out the kinks, having lost the second consecutive match of the season. “We have to do the right thing. First, we have to finish the goals. We are creating a lot of opportunities but our finishing is poor and defensively we have to tighten up.  Too many easy goals are scoring on us,” Richards said.

Meanwhile, Old Road continued their fine form to start the season, with a convincing 3-1 victory over Rams Village Superstars.

Scoring for Old Road Jets 

Kendale Liburd 8th min 

Jardel Isaac 45th min 

Kaylon Liburd 54th min 

Scoring for Village 

Samani Williams 90th + 2 min 

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