Ascot Arcade Parham are now under threat at the top of the ABFA Premier Division after Grenades FC 5-1 thrashing of Fort Road at the Antigua Recreation Grounds left them just a point adrift.
Alex Anderson struck twice, once in the opening minute and again in the 13th to start the ball rolling for the Grenades.
Rakeem Henry got onto the scoresheet in the 8th minute to give his team a 2-0 cushion.
Hulio Fernandez, scored Fort Road’s only goal in the 45th minute.
Interestingly, Grenades victory is all the more impressive because goalkeeper Wellington Agramonte was booted from the game for using abusive language.
At 3-1, even with a man’s disadvantage, the game was over and when Tazio Williams netted in the 73rd minute, there was no coming back. Five minutes later, the rout was complete with a Tyio Simon strike.
Thomas ‘Tom’ James Soares is a 28-year-old midfielder who plays for Greater Manchester side Bury FC in England’s League 2.
The 6 footer, who was born in Reading, is eligible to represent the country of his parents, Barbados.
His older brother Louie Soars already represents the Barbados and he would love his younger brother to be on board.
Though Barbados were not one of the teams with a chance at playing in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the unit does have hopes of, one day, making it to the World Cup. Attracting players like Soares is a step in the right direction. World Cup Qualifiers for the 2018 event begin early 2016.
Tom Soares played in the Premier League with Stoke City in the 2008-09 season, notching seven games in the top flight before being sent on three loan spells before he finally settled at Bury FC.
Julian 'Michael Jackson' White almost did not make the semi finals of the Massy United Insurance Clash Of The Titans when he faced Dario Hinds on Monday night.
BBD$12,000 were on the line and White had to pull out a final set that was one for the ages.
Earlier, Hinds had rebounded from a first-set 14-21 loss to take the second 21-14.
Hinds must have felt he was about to achieve something great when he led the third set 10-4. Things got worse for White and Hinds could see the light at the end of the tunnel when the scores stood at 13-7.
That was to be the last time White would be giving him anything and Hinds was forced to work for the next three points and that's all he would have, with the 'World Boss' of Street Tennis line-driving his way to a 21-16 third set victory.
St George’s College have shattered Jamaica College's (JC) dreams of winning four senior schoolboy football titles in a season.
The North Street-based school surprised JC 3-2 to win the ISSA/LIME Walker Cup Knockout on a wet surface at the Constant Spring field today (November 27).
JC entered the final as big favourites after winning the $1-million LIME Super Cup Knockout and the prestigious ISSA/LIME Manning Cup.
However, the Miguel Coley-coached team failed to match St George’s College in the first half and conceded three goals.
Shevon Stewart handed St George’s College a well-deserved lead in the 10th minute and then in pouring rain, Gregory Messam (26th minute penalty) and Amoy Brown (41st minute) increased the lead to 3-0 going into the break.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Cleopatra Borel promised to close off 2014 on a high and she did just that, taking the gold medal in the Shot Put event at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Veracruz, Mexico today.
At the Heriberto Jara Corona Stadium Borell’s first attempt was 17.84 metres.
Borel kept improving with every throw with Yaniuvis Lopez of Cuba close behind in second place.
The Trinidadian shot putter's final attempt went 18.99, sealing the gold medal as Lopez could only manage 17.88.
Colombian Milena Sandra Lemos was third.
The medal for Borel was the second gold for T&T taking their total CAC Games medal tally to 10.