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Posted: Thursday 30 January, 2020 at 8:06 PM

Cayon, Spurs Pick Up Big Wins

Action between Cayon and Newtown on Tuesday night
By: Andre Huie, Press Release

    January 29th, 2020 -- Four days after the tragic death of their team captain Kennedy Isles, the S-KRave Newtown United F.C. play their rescheduled SKNFA Premier League game against Flow 4G Cayon Rockets at the Warner Park. But the team from East Basseterre was no match for the boys from the Green Valley, as Cayon trounced Newtown F.C. 5-2 on Tuesday night. 

     

    FLOW 4G CAYON  ROCKETS  vs   S-KRAVE NEWTOWN UTD
    Halftime score  1 - 1
    FINAL SCORE 5 - 2 in favour of CAYON

    SCORING FOR CAYON
    Jayan Duncan 2 goals - 16th & 58th min
    Javern Matthew 2 goals - 61st & 80th min
    Quanniki Clarke 71st min

    SCORING FOR NEWTOWN
    Jordan Missiri 20th min
    Yohannes Mitcham 88th min

    At the end of the match, Cayon’s Assistant Coach Jazza Buchanan said his team had figured out Newtown’s game plan in the first half, and was able to capitalize on it in the second half.  “We know what Newtown was going to bring tonight and we still let them get a goal in the first half…we went back in (at half time)…and took our chances when we get chances to score,” Buchanan said. 

    He said the team is doing better this season due the return of some of their major players who had left for other teams. He also said young player who had a chance to play last year, are now more aware of the style of football Cayon plays and are living up to the billing.

    Meanwhile, Coach Earl Jones of Newtown F.C. believes his players lacked the commitment needed to win the match. “The fellas are not disciplined. Not even to come out and train. I don’t know if it’s the loss of the captain. Yesterday was a bit sad on the training ground but nevertheless the guys were willing to play for the community and for Kennedy. 

    Jones commented on the loss of their team Captain Kennedy Isles, who was killed last Friday. He said his death is a major loss to the team and the community. “It’s a really, really big loss. Kennedy was instrumental in putting this team together after losing out about 18 players from the team. He was also the captain. It was really sad over on the training ground. But nevertheless we came to play. We saw our mistakes and we just have to correct them,” Jones added. 

    In the night’s other match

    H E GARDEN HOTSPURS   vs  ELCO LTD SECURITY FORCES
     
    halftime score 3 - 0 in favour of SPURS
    FINAL SCORE  6 - 2 in favour of SPURS

    SCORING FOR SPURS
    Steve Archibald hat trick 20th, 29th & 43rd min
    Jahsani Merritt 2 goals 47th & 70th min
    Dahjal Kelly 83rd min

    SCORING FOR SECURITY FORCES
    Lesburt Jefferies 53rd min
    Shevene Boston (pk) 69th min 
    The SKNFA Premier League resumes on Saturday at the Warner Park.  
     
     
     
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