All the goals came in the first half with Byers the star of the show.
It was only a matter of time before Byers got hot after just one goal in five games prior to Sunday’s match, the first of a triple header.
In the other two games Asot’s Arcade Parham beat Hospitality Services Sea View Farm 2-0 before Champion Footwear Hoppers got a late goal to overcome Bassa 2-1.
Byers joined Sugar Ridge Sap in January and struggled to score, one in four games but lately he looked poised for a huge game.
United, with an extremely slim but real chance at the cup needed to beat Sap and win its remaining two encounters, hoping Old Road lose two of two for a chance to win.
Well, all the chances and hopes of a title went out the door by half time on Sunday as Byers set the ARG on fire.
Okeem “Soda” Challenger scored the other goal for Sap.
The score line did not tell the true story of the game as Sap should have scored at least two more relatively easy goals but seemed happy with the four early strikes.
The win propelled Sap to 24 points with one game left in the season.
It was a huge come back for Sap following weeks of uncertainty as to whether the team would have to enter a playoff to keep its place in the premiership.
United must be disappointed.
Last week, they stopped Old Road 1-0 to keep the hopes of a title alive but Sunday this unpredictable team faltered, seemingly giving up hope to Byers and Sap.
With the title decided on Sunday and with the two teams Cool & Smooth Empire and Pigotts relegated the race in the premiership is which team will enter the playoffs.
Bassa, third from the bottom and the team set for the playoffs needed to win against Hoppers but was unable to do so losing in the final stages.