Social Club hold on to top spot
Young Men’s Social Club held on to their three-point lead at the top of the First Division standings after a 4-0 win over Flanagan’s Onions at Police Field yesterday.
Jamir Lewis, Ryan Paris, Nzye Edwards and Shaki Pearman scored for the leaders to earn them their fourth win in five matches.
Hamilton Parish remain three points behind in second place and with two games in hand after beating Boulevard 1-0 at Wellington Oval where Jordan Outerbridge netted the game’s only goal in the 71st minute,, heading home captain Kyle Wade’s cross from the right.
Outerbridge, the division’s top scorer with eight goals in three games, had a couple of other chances late in the game, putting one wide after the Boulevard goalkeeper dropped the ball and then a couple of minutes later he lifted a left-footed shot over the crossbar.
In the other match, St David’s came from behind to beat bottom team Vasco 2-1 at home. Keijon Butterfield and Cody Richardson scored in the second half to overturn Vasco ’s 1-0 lead at the half, Richardson’s goal coming with virtually the last kick of the game.