By: Curtis Morton
The Bath United team completed a successful division one season for 2015, in grand style on Saturday, May 23rd.
In the final game of the season versus a determined Rivers of Living Waters team, the Nevis based team won in convincing fashion to seal the deal with a 5 to nil victory.
What is even more amazing, at the half time marker, the score line was nil-all.
Scoring for Caribbean Cable Bath United, Jeangardy Petitfrere struck twice in the 51st & 65th minute,
Dion Thompson also struck twice in the 74th & 84th minute and Shaeed Tyson in the 87th minute.
Don Dyer (Bath) 37th minute
Traval Morris (Rivers) 86th minute
* Officials were Caldon Duncan, Kelvin Pemberton, Jason Rouse & Lloyd Rouse
Final Positions (Division 1 Playoffs)
1st – Caribbean Cable Bath United
2nd – Rivers of Living Water
3rd – Trafalgar Southstars
4th – Youth & Experience
The Caribbean Cable Bath United are the 2015 SKNFA Division 1 Champions.
NTV 8 sports caught up with the champion team in meeting mode at the Bath Village Playing field on Wednesday night and spoke with Manager Alex Claxton.
Claxton noted that the first half was competitive but for the second half the team was very determined to finish in grand style…and that they did.
‘I think this is something we were looking forward to,’ he said.
He noted that the meeting on that afternoon was all about starting the preparations for the Premier league next year.
“We are not waiting for the season to commence, to start our preparations. The preparations begin now,” he stated.
He indicated that the meeting which was also addressed by National Trainer, Masefield Nisbett, was all about planning pre-season activities; conditioning; nutrition and diet and exercising.
He also stated that the team is in the process of seeking sponsors for what is expected to be a hectic premier division league next year and committed to making the local Bath Village people and Nevisians on a whole, really proud.
The team members for their part, appeared really excited about the prospects and indicated that they will be stepping up to their A game.