Fray inspires Lobster Pot to huge victory
Lobster Pot kept themselves in the battle for third place with a convincing 6-1 win over Valley FC.
Competing with Robin Hood, North Village, and Flanagan’s Onions for the final spot in the top three, Pot were inspired by a Kahnai Fray hat-trick, and solo strikes from Michael Simons, Kinffe Thompson and Colin James.
“It was a great win on the weekend sparked by a Kahnai Fray hat-trick” said goalkeeper Brian Ward. “It was also good to see Colin back and scoring five minutes into his first game in a year following foot surgery.”
Robin Hood also tasted victory, a vital three points over Village, prevailing 3-2.
Victor Richards grabbed a brace for the winners, who also got a goal from Grant McKellar, while Nakia Smith and Tafari Outerbridge scored for Village.
Onions recorded a victory over the weekend with their 5-3 win over Lock ‘N’ Key.
Two goals from Andreas Stjarnstrom and single tallies from Clem Murdoch, John Tully, and John Docherty were enough to drag them over the finish line.
Tokia Russell, Steven Astwood and Quinton Basden scored for Key in the loss.
Matthew Carvelho scored four goals to help West End United thump eight man St David’s 6-2.
Chris Desilva and Chris Bromby scored United’s two other goals, while Desmond Crockwell scored twice for the Islanders.
Meanwhile, Tuff Dogs pulled further away in the title race with a 5-1 win over St George’s, as their closest rivals, BAA, could only manage a draw.
Yuseff Pitt scored a hat-trick to guide the side to the win, with Trevor Corday bagging a brace.
Ryan Steede scored for St George’s.
BAA had to share the spoils with defending champions Vasco in a 2-2 draw.
Jermaine Simons and Damien Mendoza found the back of the net for BAA, while Ricardo Medeiros and Rui Sebestiao scored for Vasco.