Clemons nets BAA hat-trick
Willie Clemons netted a hat-trick as BAA remained on top of the First Division after thrashing lowly Wolves 6-0 at Devonshire Rec yesterday.
Clemons, the BAA and Bermuda forward opened the scoring with a brilliant solo effort in the first half before adding two more goals after the break to complete a fine treble.
Also on target for the visitors was Morricko Iris, who netted two goals either side of the half, and Josh Hardtman.
BAA are tied with second placed St David's Warriors but ahead on a goal difference.
St David's moved up from third to second with a 1-0 home win over St George's in an east end derby at Lords.
Zach Morris scored the game winner from the penalty spot after St George's handled in the box in the second half.
Warriors will now face leaders BAA on the road in their next league outing on November 19.
Paget Lions fell slightly off the lead pace after being held to a 2-2 draw against landlords Southampton Rangers at Southampton Oval.
Lions led 2-0 at the interval on goals from Dion Stovell and Tahj Wade, who converted from the penalty spot.
However, Rangers hit back with two unanswered goals in the second half from Dante Brangman and Isaiah Taylor.
Lions dropped from second to third while Rangers remain fourth.
Mid-table Somerset Eagles beat bottom side Ireland Rangers 2-0 at White Hill Field.
Rangers frustrated their hosts for more than an hour before Anwar Telford finally broke through to put Eagles ahead.
The home team pulled further away when Cardel Henry converted from the penalty spot.
Devonshire Colts picked up their third win of the season after beating Hamilton Parish 3-1 at Wellington Oval.
Colts led 1-0 at the half with a goal from Kyle Jones.
Brendan O'Connor doubled Colts's lead after the break before Tareek Webb pulled one back from the penalty spot for the hosts after Colts were blown for a foul in the box.
However, Diego Richardson restored the visitors' two-goal cushion to make the points safe.