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First Division round-up

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YMSC 2 Paget Lions 1

Young Men's Social Club earned a hard fought win over Paget Lions at Bernard Park.

Giovanni Saltus scored ten minutes into the second half and the hosts lead was then doubled shortly afterwards when a Lions defender redirected a cross into his own goal.

Paget got on the scoresheet when Jahni Beach scored in the dying stages.

St. George's Colts 3 BAA 2

St George's got the better of BAA this five-goal thriller at Wellington Oval.

Jarazinho Bassett grabbed his second goal of the season for the hosts while Tre Govia and Jelani Carlington also got single strikes.

Former St David's striker Diego McCallan and Jaylon Bather were on target for BAA.

Devonshire Colts 3

Ireland Rangers 1

Devonshire Colts continued their winning start to the season as they brushed aside Ireland Rangers at Police Field.

A brace from Matthew Gerardo and a solo effort from Kyle Jones was more than enough to grab all three points.

Jesse Mills scored for Rangers from the penalty spot.

X'Road's 1 Somerset Eagles 1

X'Roads and Somerset Eagles had to share the points at Garrison Field.

Darin Dowling gave Eagles the lead early on in the first half but Tristan Daniels equalised for X'Roads midway through the second half.

Devonshire Colts' Kyle Jones (front)

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Published September 30, 2013 at 3:46 pm (Updated September 30, 2013 at 4:22 pm)

First Division round-up

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