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S.L. Horsfords St. Paul’s United was ruthless in their 7-0 defeat of strugglers TGE Dieppe Bay Eagles in weekend action of the SKNFA Premier League on Saturday. That was one of three matches played on Saturday—the first of the triple header saw Cayon crushing Trafalgar Southstars 6-1 followed by a 2-2 deadlock between MFCR United Old Road Jets and S-Krave Newtown United. 

After a disappointing Cayon return debut last weekend, striker Carlos Bertie showed promise of the much-needed fire power Cayon needed with a hattrick against Trafalgar Southstars. Bertie scored two of those three goals in the first half in the 10th and 18th minute and the third in the 58th minute. 

Scoring for Cayon 

Carlos Bertie hat trick – 10th, 18th & 58th min 

Leon Huggins 52nd min 

Quanieke Clarke (pk) 70th min 

Raheem Davis 80th min

 

Scoring for South stars 

Ronaldo Nisbett 55th min 

Southstars played the last 22 mins with 9 men after 

Expulsions 

Rendell Theodule (South stars) 68th min 

(2nd yellow card during the same match) 

Sankofa Benjamin (South stars) 68th min 

(Using offensive, insulting or abusive language )

After the match, the team at the Premier League Live Broadcast on the SKNFA Facebook page comment on the proceedings. “It was a good performance by Cayon, especially Carlos Bertie in his second coming to Cayon,” said commentator Esington Watts. 

In the second match, St. Paul’s dismissed Dieppe Bay 7-0 with Keithroy Freeman scoring a hattrick.

S L HORSFORDS ST.PAULS UTD 7 – 0 T G E DIEPPE BAY EAGLES 

Coach: Iroy Jeffers                                  Coach: Chinonesa Huggins 

Scoring for St. Pauls 

Keithroy Freeman hat trick – 10th, 47th & 66th min 

Vinceroy Nelson 13th min 

Deonte Liburd 38th min 

Tahir Jefferson 54th min

Kwame Challenger 90+2 min

The team at the Premier League Live broadcast showered praises on an efficient and ruthless St. Paul’s.  “It was a very good performance from St. Paul’s. The man of the match for sure would be Freeman—once again he is on the scoresheet, this time scoring a hattrick. A very good hattrick,” Watts said. He hinted that based on their performance in the league thus far, St. Paul’s may very well qualify first for the playoffs awaiting the others to join. 

Then in the final match on Saturday:

MFCR OLD ROAD UNITED       2 – 2    S – KRAVE NEWTOWN UTD 

Coach: Lester Morris                             Coach: Earl Jones 

 Scoring for Old Road 

Nejohn Browne 20th min 

Tiquanny Williams 45+1 min

Scoring for Newtown 

Akimbah Lawrence 2 goals – 11th & 58th min 

The match ended in a tense manner as Orland Wattley was sent off with a straight red card in the 4th minute of stoppage time. He was apparently displeased with what he believed was a non-call from the referee for a penalty in the dying moment of the match.  The commentary team discussed the match, where they praised the performance of Tiquanny Williams. “He is an entertainer. He is very exciting to watch,” Watts said.