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Peniston urges Wolves to remain undefeated

Wolves took a giant step to claiming the First Division title as well as automatic promotion to the Premier Division with a 4-0 win over X’Roads at Devonshire Rec. at the weekend.

With four games remaining, and an 11 point gap between themselves and third place BAA Wanderers, John Barry Nusum’s side are all but confirmed to go up next term, and also hold a five point gap over second place Flanagan’s Onions.

Braces from Troy Tucker and Derrick Brangman helped the side to the home win.

Wolves skipper Jared Peniston has challenged his team-mates to remain undefeated this season.

“It was important because it put us to get the win, we are one step closer to promotion and one step closer of winning the first division league title,” said skipper Jared Peniston.

“We are also undefeated and this may become a target for us once our main objectives are achieved.”

BAA beat Somerset Eagles 1-0 thanks to a Willie Clemens penalty, with the future looking bright for Wanderers who have made a huge surge up the table in the past two months.

Flanagan’s Onions had a bye weekend. Devonshire Colts thrashed Ireland Rangers 6-0, with Lozendro Symonds scoring a brace, while Darrin Williams, Terry Foote, Zuri Darrell and Carlos Trott all found the back of the net.

Hamilton Parish produced the most lopsided result of the day, beating Paget 14-0.

Marcel Dill and Ian Coke struck hat-tricks, while Donovan Thompson, Lorenzo Simmons, and Kaiya Darrell all scored twice.

Niedel Swan also got his name on the scoresheet while an own goal helped Parish to their huge victory.

Young Men’s Social Club defeated Prospect 3-1 thanks to Chamari Burns who scored twice.

An own goal helped Social Club earn the win, while Shaki Swan scored a consolation goal for Prospect.

Wolves take on Flanagan’s Onions at BAA Field on Saturday night.

Pleasure and pain: Wolves midfielder Troy Tucker celebrates one of his two goals against X?Roads at Devonshire Rec. at the weekend. League leaders Wolves won the First Division match 4-0.l (Photo by Mark Tatem)

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Published February 28, 2012 at 1:00 am (Updated February 28, 2012 at 7:40 am)

Peniston urges Wolves to remain undefeated

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