Wolves pay penalty for indiscipline
St David's and Young Men's Social Club made it two wins out of two in the First Division as Wolves suffered their first loss yesterday.
Wolves, one of the promotion favourites, were brought down to earth by BAA who beat them 4-2 at Devonshire Recreation Club.
Jahkari Furbert and Tyrell Burgess both scored braces to guide BAA to their first victory of the season.
Furbert put the visitors ahead midway through the first half before Burgess doubled their lead from the penalty spot after the interval.
Furbert grabbed a second to make it 3-0 before Kyle Brangman pulled one back for Wolves.
Burgess restored BAA's three-goal cushion when he converted another penalty to complete his brace before George Dyer pulled another back for the home team also from the penalty spot.
St David's and Social Club extended their win streaks with victories over Ireland Rangers and Hamilton Parish. St David's thrashed Ireland Rangers 6-1 with James Pace scoring the first four goals for the home side before Fabian Frankson and Kioje Wilson added late strikes.
Social Club recorded a 2-0 shutout victory away to Hamilton Parish at Wellington Oval.
The visitors, who are tied on points with leaders St David's, prevailed on goals from Nique Armstrong and Robert Rollins.
X-Roads were also heading to their second straight win before two goals in the last ten minutes earned Southampton Rangers a 3-3 draw at Garrison Field.
X-Roads led 2-0 inside the first 15 minutes after goals from Jamin Furbert and Mackih McGowan. That 2-0 lead stood until the half before Davion Roberts pulled one back in the 57th minute.
Jorge Sanchez put X-Roads 3-1 up in the 63rd minute and that two-goal cushion looked good enough for all three points with the minutes ticking away.
However, Rangers had other ideas and Keedai Astwood strike in the 82nd minute made it 3-2, before Kyle Phillips made it 3-3 in the 87th minute.