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Spurs, Newtown, Conaree and St. Pauls get wins as Round Two Begins

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Hobson Enterprise Garden Hotspurs were pegged back twice, but still came out 3-2 winners on Sunday night in their first match of the National Bank Premier League Round 2 at the Warner Park Football Stadium.

ELCO LTD ST. PETERS   2  –  3   H. E. GARDEN HOTSPURS 

SCORING FOR ST. PETERS 

Kareem Simmonds  37th min 

Dihjron Simmonds  68th min 

SCORING FOR SPURS 

Everette Ritchen 13th min 

Raheem Davis 53rd min 

Kennedy Isles 88th min 

RED CARD 

Delroy Barzey (St. Peters) 90th +2 mins (St. Peters) 81st & 90th +2 mins

At the end of the match coach Austin Huggins of Spurs, was not completely satisfied with the performance of his team, but was happy for the three points. “We managed to control possession. We were in total control of the game, we scored two brilliant goals and we eased up and allowed them to come back and score two and we had to fight to get the third goal. But nevertheless that’s how the game is won. Now we can take the valuable break and get ready for the re-start of the season in January,” Huggins said.

Meanwhile Coach Azem Jenkins of St. Peters regrets that his team keeps making mistakes that costs them the game, as was the case Sunday night. “The result is disappointing but I think we showed some spirit, we showed some fight. Mistakes cost us. Overall we did OK but the mistakes we have to cut them out,” Jenkins lamented.

In the day’s other matches:

FAST CASH SADDLERS 0 – 1 S- KRAVE NEWTOWN UTD. 

SCORING FOR NEWTOWN 

Carlos Bertie 12th min 

MATCH # 2 

MANTAB 0 – 1 RAMS VILLAGE SUPERSTARS 

SCORING FOR VILLAGE 

Kimaree Rogers  38th min 

On Saturday

UNITED OLD ROAD JETS 1 – 7 S.L. HORSFORDS ST. PAULS 

SCORING FOR OLD ROAD 

Tiquanny Williams 9th min 

SCORING FOR ST. PAULS 

Keithroy Freeman 4 goals 27th, 51st, 64th & 88th min 

Kishorne Warde 2 goals 30th & 59th min 

Georgel Dickenson 69th min 

MATCH 2 

FLOW 4G CAYON 0 – 2 SOL IAS CONAREE 

SCORING FOR CONAREE 

Shawn Martin 13th min 

Glenroy Samuel (pk) 77th min 

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