PR – After being bumped down to second place by goal difference, Hurricanes SC is back at the top of the Premier League points table following 13 rounds of matches.
Hurricanes is now on 34 points following their 3-2 victory over Hard Rock pushing Paradise FC International down to number two (2) after they drew their rescheduled match on Wednesday 2nd March against St. John’s Sports 1-1 at Cuthbert Peters Park.
The first half was goal less for both sides, then St.John’s Sports’ Dwight Joseph found the net in the 57th minute with Paradise FC’s Steffon Abraham equalizing in the 76th. Paradise is now two (2) points behind on 32.
In the other match rescheduled from February 26 to March 2, Sab Spartans faced Mt.Rich SC in their home ground Victoria Park and were defeated 3-2 in the closely contested match.
Scoring for Mt.Rich was Junior Charles in the 38th minute, Otis Daniel in the 76th and Lister James scoring in extra time in the second half (90+1). Sab’s responses came from Darren Moodoo in extra time in the first half (45+2) and Randel Mark in the 67th.
The following are the Premier League matches scheduled for Saturday March 5 and Sunday March 6, 2022:
|Paradise FC Int’l
|Hurricanes Sports Club
|Eagles Super Strikers
|Sab Spartans Sports Club
|St. John’s Sports
|Queens Park Rangers FC 1969
|Cuthbert Peters Park
|Mt. Rich Sports Club
|Hard Rock FC
The GFA advises that currently no fans are allowed at matches on the advice of the Ministry of Health.