Posted On: Wednesday, 01 June 2011
Basseterre, St. Kitts-Conaree Fireball on Tuesday defeated UDC Garden Hotspurs Jnr. 2-nil, when they clashed in a Division One encounter at the Newtown Playing Field.Scorers for Conaree Fireball int'l were Jema Browne in the 4th minute and Dwight Huggins in the 27th minute.
Officials were Carlton Dupont, Craig Rouse & Shatresha Ephraim.
Meanwhile at Newton Ground Playing Field, Newton Ground defeated Rivers of Living Water 4-2, after halt time scores were 1-0, in favour of Newton Ground.
Scorers for Newton Ground were
- Bruce Francis 31st minute
- Julian Flemming 74th minute (penalty)
- Richards Struck twice in the 79th & 82nd Minute
Scorers for Rivers of LIving Waters
- Antonio Weekes 51st minute
- Wendell Nanton 86th minute
A Yellow card was issued to Ira Penny (Rivers) 87th minute
Officials were Sherlene Browne & Tristley Bassue
Down at the Verchilds Playing Field, Verchilds high School defeated Sandy Point All Stars 2-1.
Officials were Steadroy Douglas & Miguel Flemming at Ottley’s Playing Field.
Molineaux 4 vs Youth & Experience 0
(Half Time 0 - 0)
Scorers for Molineaux
- Wendell Welcome 64th & 86th minute
- Delvin Matthew 67th & 74th minute
Officials were Florencetine Morton, kendrea Tully & James Matthew.
Upcoming SKNFA Matches:
Wednesday 1st June - FA Cup Final
7:00pm - Rams Village Superstars vs Mantab
Officials: Graeme Browne, Ike inniss, Lloyd Rouse & Sreadroy Techeira
Thursday 2nd June - Division One
At Newton Ground Playing Field
5:00pm - Youth & Experience vs Security Forces
Officials: Sherlene Browne & Tristly Bassue
At Verchilds Playing Field
5:00pm - Conaree Fireball Int'l vs Sandy Point Allstars
Officials: Stedroy Douglas & Miguel Flemming
At Ottleys Playing Field
5:00pm - Molineaux vs National U -15
Officials; Florencetine Morton, Kendrea Tully & James Matthew
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