The Observer

Village and Spurs maintain the 100% winning record over two games while Newtown also remained undefeated but produced the first draw for the season.

Village was in control of the game creating the better chances but their sharpness in front of goal was off. Fortunately they got the goal at the right time to take away a full three points from a Conaree team that was fighting valiantly

Newtown on the other hand was not as lucky. They had St. Peters under the sword for most of the game. They went ahead through a well-taken Ian “Rompy” Lake goal but will be regretting the fact that they had several other opportunities that all went high and wide.

St. Peters stayed in the game until they were awarded a penalty late in the game which Kelvin “Muffin” Pemberton easily put away with his left foot. This was after Ronel Brookes wasted the first spot kick but was saved with referee Bergan penalized the Newtown defense for encroaching.

Newtown had one final effort to grab a winner. With the St. Peters keeper beaten the ball was bouncing precariously close to the goal line with two Newtown strikers bearing down on the ball. The St. Peters defense however was the hero of the day with a late clearance that caused an eruption from the fans.