After 14 matches Sea View Farm kept their hopes alive in what was the stunner result over the weekend, defeating Special Security Services All Saints United by a 2-1margin.
Gene Small and Jared Williams hit home for the victors as early as the 10th and 14th minutes before Roy Gregory pulled a goal back and made things more interesting in minute 16th for United.
With the loss United remain on 24 points and Sea View Farm moves unto 10 points two short of Paradise Boat Sales Fort Road who remained on 12 points after a lost to Asot’s Arcade Parham 3-2.
Trevaughn Harriette found the back of the net twice and Kerry “Arab” Skepple added the other goal for Parham. Lyndon Goodwin spurred on Fort Road with his first half effort which was not enough as well as Glenroy Samuel’s penalty in the final kick of the match before the full time whilstle.
The win takes Parham to 22 points.
But the Scenario at the top of the standings remains interesting Leaders Champion Footwear Green Bay Hoppers powered by a Jemoy Stevens header overcame a physical battle against Bassa, winning 1-0 to maintain their 3point gap over Lime Old Road at the top of the standings with 38 points.
Old Road however hammered bottom club La Brousola Willikies 5-0. Led by Stefan Smith’s hatrick and a goal each from Emanuelson and Tyo Simon urge on the Derrick Edwards Coach side to victory. Old Road is on 35 points and Willikies lies in the cellar on 6 points.
Big win too for Sugar Ridge Sap who pummeled A&R Plumbing and Electrical Celtics 5-0. Okeem ‘Soda” Challenger hit home twice while Francesco Abreau, Troy Mellanson and Odel Murray had a goal each for Sap.
The win moves Sap to 30 points while Celtics remain on 6 points in relegation zone with Willikies.
But both teams’ next encounter they would have to play without the services of two players in Miguel Byers of Sap and Danny Potter of Celtics who was red carded by referee Vanroy Burns for violent conduct.