St. Paul’s United Maintain Perfect Record

: Action between St. Paul’s United and Newtown United at Warner Park on Sunday, March 24, 2024.

S L Horsfords St. Paul’s United maintained their lead at the top of the National Bank Group of Companies Premier League table with a 2-0 win over Honda Newtown United on Sunday, March 24th at Warner Park, despite going down to ten men when Omar Francis was issued a red card late in the first half. St. Paul’s have 12 points, winning all four of their Premier League matches thus far.

Goal Scorers: St. Paul’s United

Nicquan Phipps 4th min
Kalonji Clarke 45th + 2min

Sunday’s Triple Header

The St. Paul’s match was part of a rare triple-header on Sunday; the first ending 6-0 to SOL IAS Conaree FC over Trafalgar Southstars; their first win of the season.

Goal Scorers for Conaree
Errol O’loughlin 24th min
Jahquan Hendrickson 28th min
Byron Phillip 46th min
Tijani Fahie 50th min
Quanieki Clarke 64th min
Shawn Martin (pk) 90th +3 min

Red Card
Obina Nwogbaga (Southstars) 12th min
(Receiving a 2nd yellow during the match)

The second match saw Flow 4G Cayon Rockets also earning their first win of the season with a come from behind to defeat Hotsprings Bath United 2-1.

Goal Scorers: Cayon Rockets
Vinceroy Nelson 76th min
Shaheem Prentice 81st min

Goal Scorer: Bath United
Venreece Richards 53rd min

St. Peters Shock Village

On Saturday, March 23, SKELEC Garden Hotspurs and MFCR Old Road United Jets came to a goalless draw, while Development Bank St. Peters FC delivered a shocked 3-2 come-from-behind win against defending champions Rams Village Superstars. Commentary for that match was provided by Derrick Mills and Norval McCall.

Goals Scorers for St. Peter’s
Jayan Duncan 10th min
Kadeem Rawlins 72nd min
Shavene Boston 89th min

Goals Scorers for Village
Joseph Wilkes 18th min
Kimaree Rogers 52nd min

The National Bank Group of Companies Premier League continues on March 27th and 28th before Easter weekend.

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