Goal-happy Hood swamp Islanders
Robin Hood scored nine times in the second-half to blow away St David’s 11-0 in weekend action.
The pub team turned up the heat on a flagging St David’s side in the second period after heading into the break with just a single-goal lead.
Former Bermuda Hogges player Lloyd Holder grabbed a hat-trick while two strikes from Kenny Dill and goals from Jamie Ball, Toby Crawford, Jason Shirley, Grant McKellar and Ben Pewter completed the rout.
North Village Rams held off Lobster Pot to win an 11-goal thriller. Rams prevailed 6-5.
Randy Simons scored three times for the winners while Tilman Darrell, Nakia Smith and Kacy Simons all added a goal.
Pot’s Kahnai Fray, who has been on fire of late, also scored a hat-trick with Michael Simmons and Levar Hart finding the net.
Lock N Key got two goals from Steven Astwood to beat St George’s 4-2.
Omar Skakir and Chris Anderson also scored for Key while Ryan Steede netted twice for St. George’s.
League leaders Tuff Dogs made light work of Valley, comfortably beating them 8-1.
Yusef Pitt scored a hat-trick for Tuff Dogs, Jeff Franklin and Mendel Outerbridge collected two goals each and Lamaul Crofton netted the other.
Herbie Dillas got the lone Valley goal.
BAA won a close battle with West End United, coming out 3-2 winners.
Chris Way scored twice for the Wanderers with Alex Hunter adding the third.
Andre Outerbridge and Eugene Simmons netted a goal each for West End United.
Last year’s champions Vasco beat Flanagan’s Onions 4-0 thanks to a Ricardo Madeiros’ hat-trick.
Rui Sebastaio added the fourth.
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