Local Sports, Sports


Published 18 September  2023


Buckie Got It, St Kitts Nevis News Source


Youth football is back as the Keith Gumbs U-17 League got underway on Friday, September 8 at
Warner Park, the SKNFA Premier Youth Cup U 13 and Atiba Harris U-15 League on the
following day. In the Keith Gumbs U-17 League at the Warner Park:
Rams Village Superstars 4 – 4 Hotspring Bath United 

Newtown United vs. Conaree Super Feet 
** Conaree Super Feet did not show up for the match. 
At Verchilds Playing Field:
Match #1 
H E Garden Hotspurs vs TGE Dieppe Bay Eagles 
** H E Garden Hotspurs did not show up for the match. 

Nagico Cayon Rockets 2 – 0 St.Thomas/Trinity Strikers 
Then on Saturday, September 9 th in the SKNFA Premier Youth Cup (U-13)
Jones Group Sandy  Point 1 – 6 Hotspring Bath United
In the Atiba Harris U – 15 League in Sandy Point:
Bath United 3 – 4 St.Peters 
The league continued last week into this weekend with the following results:
Saddlers 5 – 1 Security Forces 
Atiba Harris U – 15 League in Cayon: 


  • Security Forces forfeited the match. 
    In the Keith Gumbs U-17 League on Sunday, September 17:
    St.Peters 1- 2 Bath United (Venue: Warner Park)
    Village 0-2 Cayon  (Venue: Old Road)
    St.Thomas / Trinity United vs. Spurs: Spurs don’t show up for the game ..
    Newtown United 2-1 Dieppe Bay ( Warner Park)

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