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Easy rides for Super League leaders
Defending blink/bmobile National Super League champion, WASA FC, claimed its first win on the pitch for the season with only six fixtures remaining, when an own goal moments from full-time awarded the Waterboys a 3-2 win over Real Maracas, on Sunday.
WASA’s win was its first of the campaign, apart from a default victory earlier this season. The fixture was played simultaneously with league leader Club Sando’s 4-1 win over Tobago’s 1976 FC Phoenix, and runner-up Malabar FC’s 5-1 triumph over Westside Superstarz.
In WASA’s FC’s must needed win, following two early goals from Dwight Crichlow (10th) and Fabian Garcia (23rd), the reigning league champion enjoyed a positive 2-0 lead in the first half, before Dillon Bartholomew counted a comeback for Maracas, which was completed by a goal from teammate Jahhan Hernandez, a former WASA FC forward who scored the equalizing goal in the 77th minute. The match seemed to be heading for a draw, but for an own goal in the 88th minute, which saw WASA lift itself off the foot of the table into 12th in the 13-team standings.
FC Santa Rosa, which returned to the bottom of the table, suffered a 1-0 loss to Bethel United concurrently.
At the end of this season, the three teams to finish at the bottom of the standings will face relegation, which two other teams will be promoted from the Champions of Champions National Super League qualification tournament.
WASA FC 3 (Dwight Crichlow 10th, Fabian Garcia 23rd, og 88th) v Real Maracas 2 (Dillon Bartholomew 28th, Jahhan Hernandez 77th)
Bethel 1 (Vernon Wilson 76th) v FC Santa Rosa 0
Club Sando 4 (Jesse Downing 45th, Teba McKnight 48th, Kerron Smith 53rd, Wade Caesar 84th) v 1976 FC Phoenix 1 (Dominique Kerr 74th)
Siparia Spurs 0 v Joe Public 0
Guaya United v T&T Defence Force - postponed
Malabar FC 5 (Kevon Woodley 14th, Cyrano Glen 27th, Jameel Neptune 42nd, Gorian Highley 88th, Cordell Samuel 90th) v Westside Superstarz 1 (Akil Morris 52nd)
Teams Pld W D L F A Pts
Club Sando 17 14 2 1 47 14 44
Malabar 18 13 3 2 67 27 42
Guaya Utd 15 12 1 2 42 16 37
1976 FC Phoenix 18 7 7 4 27 29 28
Stokely Vale 16 7 1 8 28 36 22
Real Maracas 17 6 3 8 28 25 21
Westside 18 7 0 11 30 41 21
Joe Public 16 5 3 8 23 44 18
Bethel United 17 4 4 9 22 45 16
Siparia Spurs 17 3 6 8 30 36 15
WASA FC 18 2 6 10 19 28 12
FC Santa Rosa 17 2 5 10 18 41 11
Bethel United v Stokely Vale, Montgomery Recreation Ground, Tobago, 4 pm
Rela Maracas v Club Sando, Maracas, St Joseph, 4 pm
1976 FC Phoenix v Siparia Spurs, Canaan, Bon Accord, 4 pm
Malabar FC v Guaya United, Larry Gomes Stadium, 4 pm
Westside Superstarz v Joe Public FC, HCS training field, 4 pm
Defence Force v FC Santa Rosa - Postponed
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