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ST. PAUL’S DRAW FIRST BLOOD IN SUPER SIX PLAYOFFS

Published 17 September 2022

Basseterre

Buckie Got It, St Kitts and Nevis News Source

ST. PAUL’S DRAW FIRST BLOOD IN SUPER SIX PLAYOFFS

The second annual Super Six playoffs tournament kicked off last weekend with three blockbuster
matches at the Warner Park Cricket stadium. It started with a double header on Saturday, both
ending in 1-1 draws between Flow 4G Cayon Rockets and Rams Village Superstars and Hobson
Enterprises Garden Hotspurs and St. Peters.


Scoring for Village 
Malique Roberts (Cayon) own goal – 11th min 


Scoring for Cayon 
Mervin Lewis (pk) 90th + 2mins 


Scoring for St. Peters 
Dave Warner (Spurs) own goal – 3rd min 


Scoring for Garden Hotspurs
Dahjal Kelly (pk) 9th min 
Meanwhile, last week Sunday, S.L. Horsfords St. Paul’s FC brushed aside SOL IAS
Conaree FC 3-0; two of those goals coming from the penalty spot in the first half.


Scoring for St. Paul’s 
Vinceroy Nelson struck two penalties –  16th & 23rd min 
Keithroy Freeman 52nd min 


St. Paul’s goalkeeper Jamal Jeffers, after the match said: “We came out victorious, it
was a hard-fought game; you know Conaree wouldn’t have been easy. We had to stick
to our game plan. We got two early penalties—kudos to Vinceroy Nelson who put them
in the back of the net and then we had a late chance by Keithroy Freeman, who also
executed well. For Conaree Coach Al Richards, his team started the game badly. “We
kinda came back in the second half; we got our chances…but we didn’t not execute,” he
said.

Action between St. Paul’s United and Conaree FC at the Warner Park.

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