With two weeks left before the completion of the Premier League season, action on the field is heating up as teams continue their fight to make the SKNFA Final Four Playoffs.
When action resumed Tuesday evening at the Kim Collins Athletics Stadium, Hobson Enterprise Garden Hotspurs continued their playoff push when they defeated Rams Village Superstars 3-1.
Need a victory to stay in the hunt, a hat-trick from Tiran Hanley (24th, 63rd & 76th minute) was enough to keep a smile on the faces of the Spurs team as they now jump ahead of the Flow 4G Cayon Rocket on the points standing, with 48 points, while the Rockets are on 46 points with a game in hand.
Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs, Sherwin Allen scored an own goal in the 36th minute, which was a consolation for the Superstars.
The defeat for Rams Village eliminated them from making the playoffs as the now sit in sixth position on the table 37 points, six behind fifth placed S.L Horsford St. Pauls on 43 points with one game left.
Other action from Tuesday evening saw ELCO Limited St. Peter’s trashing lowly Rivers of Living Water 6-3, on the back of a hattrick from Dionis Stephen, who netted a Penalty in the 10th minute before converting strikes in the 27th & 90th minute.
Tijhaun Isaac supported with a double in the 15th & 20th minute, while Tyquan Tyrell also wrote his name on the score sheet in the 44th minute.
Emmanuel Archibald 61st minute, Antonius Archibald 79th minute and Joshua Liburd 84th minute netted for Rivers of Living Water.
Currently, Winners Circle Newtown United sit comfortable at the top of the points table with 55 points with two games left to play, they have locked up the top spot in the Playoffs
However, the remaining places are still up for grabs as second place Sol Island Auto Conaree are seven points behind and they can book their spot with one win from their two remaining matches.
Spurs can also book their spot by winning their final game thus eliminating fifth place S. L Horsford St. Pauls United, which currently sits on 43 points with two matches to play.
Meanwhile fourth place Cayon would need a win and a draw to book their spot in the playoffs but a victory and a loss, and two wins for St. Pauls would see the final spot being decided by goal difference.
Both teams currently sit on a plus 24 goal difference.