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Bath Estate drop crucial points; Sagicor South East one win away from being crowned back-to-back champs

by: - September 29, 2020
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Happi Bath Estate suffered a minor setback on their quest to the championship, as they were held to a 1-all draw against Belfast Estate Mahaut Soca Strikers on Sunday, in the second match of the DFA Premier league at the Windsor Park stadium.

Addison Denis put Soca Strikers ahead in the 30th minute of play after a goalkeeping error from Owen Oscar.

Kelrick Walter got the equalizer for Bath Estate in the 59th.

Happi Bath Estate continued to push for the winner in the second half; National player, Anfernee Frederick got the golden opportunity to give his team the lead and the win but he skied his close-range effort well over the bar.

Both teams in the end settled for the 1-1 draw as Bath Estate moved to 33 points – just one point behind Sagicor South East with 34.

Meanwhile, defending champions Sagicor South showed what true champions are made of, when they came from behind to defeat Promex Harlem United 3-1 on Saturday.

Audel Laville scored early in the first match, as Harlem enjoyed a 1-nil advantage at the interval.

However, the second half belonged to South East, as they got goals from Rai Phillip, Devon George and Javid George, for what might just be their most important win of the season.

Other scores around the grounds;

Petro Caribe Pointe Michel made it a perfect record against We United this season, with a 2-1 victory on Friday, in the DFA Premier league at the Benjamin Park.

Daneil Dupigney opened the scoring for Pointe Michel in the 4th minute of play with Jantè Casimir converting in the 22nd minute.

Shannon Stoute pulled one back for We United in the 3rd minute of the second half.

A Cobin Paul brace secured a 3-1 win for LA Enterprises Bombers FC against Central Cooperative Credit Union Dublanc in the first match of a double header on Sunday.

Romario Burgins got the opener for Bombers with McCorney Royer converting for Dublanc.