ST JOHN’S, Antigua –Among great celebrations at the ARG on the Final Day of the Premier League Season President of the ABFA Everton “Batow” Gonsalves presented to Sugar Ridge Sap .F.C a letter from FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Click here: Letter to SAP F.C
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Harney Motors Premier Division champions Sugar Ridge SAP successfully wrapped up their unbeaten season with a 1-0 victory over neighbours Bargain Motors Grenades on Sunday to end their 2013/14 campaign on 46 points.
The lone goal of the fixture came in the 79th minute when mid-fielder Francisco Abreu found an opening just inside the penalty area before hitting past the diving Grenades custodian.
The conversion was SAP’s 43rd of the competition as they led the league in scoring. The Bolans men allowed only 13 goals to end with a goal difference of plus 30.
SAP could have won the entertaining fixture by a wider margin but squandered some relatively easy opportunities. Abreu was one of those culprits after he struck the upright from about six yards out in the first half.
Grenades finished the competition in fourth position with 27 points from 18 matches.
Meanwhile, former champions Asot’s Arcade Parham rounded off their campaign on 38 points with a 3-1 victory over demoted Potters Tigers in Sunday’s opener.
Tavaughn “Peter Reds” Harriett netted twice in the 56th and in the 90th as he carried his personal tally to 15, finishing as the league’s chief marksman.
Mid-fielder Kemoy Alexander scored the other goal in minute 79, while Potters’ lone strike came in added time from Lloyd Jeremy.
Parham finished on 38 points in position two, while Potters finished in the cellar with just five points.
In Sunday’s other match, Cool & Smooth/Argos Greenbay Hoppers defeated former champions LIME Old Road, 3-1.
Stephan Smith opened the scoring for Old Road in minute 10 but a brace from Kareem Wilson in minutes 14 and 51 put Hoppers in the driving seat before Javorn Stevens stretched his team’s lead in minute 89.
Hoppers finish third in the Premier standings with 34 points while Old Road ended their season in seventh position with 22 points.
Also President of the ABFA Everton “Batow” Gonsalves presented to Sugar Ridge Sap .F.C A letter from Fifa President.