Sports Page -Tuesday 10th November 2020

NETBALL
DC ELITE BALLERS EDGE DC UPRISING STARS BY FOUR GOALS
The Sports Department on Nevis, in conjunction with the Nevis Netball Association, commenced a Netball tournament on the evening of Saturday 7th November, at the Brown Hill hard court.
The tournament is dubbed NETBALL IS BACK.
Immediately after the impressive opening ceremony, match one, featured the two teams from Gingerland: DC Uprising Stars and DC Elite Ballers.
The two teams acquitted themselves very well and the young players on both teams, also demonstrated quite some potential.
The final score: DC Elite Baller 16 DC Uprising Stars 12

FOOTBALL
SKNFA WEEKEND RESULTS FRIDAY 6TH – SUNDAY 8TH NOVEMBER 2020
Delroy Jeffers
FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2020

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PREMIER DIVISION
At Warner Park Football Stadium

Match #1

Elco Ltd Security Forces 0 -6 Sol Island Auto Conaree

Scoring for Conaree
Errol O’loughlin 45+1 min
Orlando Mitchum 73rd min
Dakari Phipps hat trick – 75th, 84th, & 90+2 min
Byron Phillip (pk) 82nd min

Yellow cards
Justin Soleyn (security forces) 47th min
Omari Piggott (security forces ) 65th min
Dion Burke (security forces) 80th min

*** Officials were Reginald Gumbs, Jaden Rouse, Latoya James & Hakeem Harvey
RA – Garfield Virgo
GC – Cherise Queeley

Match #2

St. Peters 4 – 1 S-Krave Newtown United

Scoring for Newtown
Imron Ponteen 35th min

Scoring for St. Peters
Kareem Simmonds 2goals – 45th & 74th min
Tijhaun Isaac 2 goals – 55th & 88th min

Yellow cards
Dagena Roberts (St. Peters) 28th min
Steven Thompson (Newtown) 58th min
Imron Ponteen (Newtown) 62nd min
Kimron Browne (Newtown) 74th min

Red card
Kimron Browne (Newtown) 75th min
** Violent conduct.

*** Officials were David Phipps, Ike Inniss, Delroy Jeffers & Sanchez Bass
GC – Dexter Tyrell

SATURDAY 7TH NOVEMBER 2020

DIVISION 1
At Kim Collins Stadium

Match #1

TGE Dieppe bay Eagles 0 – 3 Bath United

Scoring for Bath United
Dejal Myers 2 goals – 39th & 77th min
Irving Kelly (Dieppe bay) own goal – 84th min

Yellow cards
Zaval Prentice (d’bay) 41st min
Jason Phipps (d’bay) 49th min
Rasean Browne (bath) 65th min
Mirico Cranstoun (d’bay) 82nd min

*** Officials were Kareem Benjamin, Kenni Martin, Kazel Williams & Shandor Wilkinson
GC – Diane Browne

Match #2

Newton Ground 0 – 3 Hardtimes United

Scoring for Hardtimes
Kyran Liburd 35th min
Sheldon Browne 38th min
Sean Parris 39th min

*** Officials were Hakeem Harvey, Reginald Gumbs, Kendall Fahie & Shandor Wilkinson
GC – Diane Browne

PREMIER DIVISION
at Warner Park

Match #1

Trafalgar Southstars 3 – 1 Mantab

Scoring for Mantab
Jalian Burt 24th min

Scoring for Southstars
Dylon Morton 2 goals – 49th & (pk) 67th min
Zakimbe Weekes (mantab) own goal – 85th min

Yellow cards for Southstars
Keshawn Phillip 43rd min
Kursten Warner 14th min
Deshawn Hewlette 90 +3 min
Zaquelle Browne 90 +3 min

Yellow cards for Mantab
Dulani Carey 29th min
Rohan Grey 59th min
Kadeem Lowry 66th min

*** Officials were Judell Matthew, Yohan Henderson, Kenwin Collins & Maliik Liburd
RA – Stedroy Douglas
GC – Jacklyn Bradshaw

Match #2

Flow 4G Cayon Rockets 2 – 2 Rams Village Superstars

Scoring for Village
Joseph Wilkes 10th min
Dequan Johnson 75th min

Scoring for Cayon
Shaquille Pringle 15th min
Vinceroy Nelson 85th min

Yellow cards
Raheem Rogers (village) 40th min
Malique Roberts (cayon) 48th min
Dillon Caines (village) 72nd min

*** Officials were Sanchez Bass, Graeme Browne, Jason Rouse & David Phipps
RA – Kenni Martin
GC – Shanwa Broadbelt

SUNDAY 8TH NOVEMBER 2020

ELVIS STAR BROWNE WOMEN LEAGUE
At Cayon Playing Field

Flow 4G Cayon 2 – 1 U-15 Girls Select

Scoring for Cayon
Jasonna Williams (pk) 21st min
Shekola Wilson 51st min

Scoring for U- 15 select
Samantha Simmonds (Cayon) own goal 14th min

*** Officials were Caldon Duncan, Mervonjae Pemberton, Tahirah Willock & Reginald Gumbs
GC – Diane Browne

At Bath Playing Field

Bath United 0 – 10 Rams Village Superstars

Scoring for Village
Jarencia Jeffers 6th min
Kizwone Gumbs scored 4 goals – 9th, 10th, 12th & 15th min
Oloujadae Bridgewater 20th min
Caroline Springer hat trick 27th, 30th & 40th min
Rudzella Tucker 41st min

*** Officials were Jeremy Richards, Jasmine Charles, Judene Tyson & Jason Audain
GC – Patricia Claxton

PREMIER DIVISION
At Warner Park Football Stadium

Match #1

KFC United Old Road Jets 6 – 1 Fast Cash Saddlers

Scoring for Old Road
Kaylon Liburd 7th min
Nejohn Browne 23rd min
Tiquanny Williams hat trick -25th, 30th & 79th min
Zian Drew 89th min

Scoring for Saddlers
Niquan Phipps 51st min

Yellow cards
Orland Wattley (old road) 12th min
Stephan Rawlins (saddlers) 57th min

***Officials were Jermaine Wickham, Delroy Jeffers, Lenroy Parris & Shandor Wilkinson
GC – Michelle Collins

Match #2

H E Garden Hotspurs 1 – 4 S L Horsfords St. Paul’s Utd

Scoring for Spurs
Steve Archibald (pk) 6th min

Scoring for St. Paul’s
Dajahne Morris (spurs) own goal 23rd min
Petrez Williams 2 goals – 47th & 85th min
Aiden Nurse 83rd min

Yellow cards
Petrez Williams (St. Paul’s) 8th min
Jamal Jeffers (St. Paul’s) 35th min
Thelston Chumney (spurs) 45 +1 min

Red card
Hasani Flemming (spurs) 36th min
** Abusive and insulting language towards the official.

*** Officials were Tristley Bassue, Ike Inniss, Jaden Rouse & Sanchez Bass
RA – Lloyd Rouse
GC – Dexter Tyrell

Cricket
JASON HOLDER STILL IN THE MIX –SAYS COACH
Windiescricket.com
Phil Simmons, the West Indies coach, has said that Test captain Jason Holder “always in consideration” for the shortest format despite not being part of the T20I squad for the tour of New Zealand.
Before Kieron Pollard took over the white-ball captaincy last September, Holder was West Indies’ captain in all formats. But since December 2019, Holder hasn’t featured in a T20I, despite impressive performances in the CPL and the ongoing IPL, strengthening his case for a comeback to the national side.
Although the Barbados Tridents finished second from last under Holder in the CPL, he was their best player last season with 192 runs at an average of 21.33, a strike rate of 140.14 and ten wickets at an economy of 6.63. In the IPL, he has been instrumental in giving the Sunrisers Hyderabad a shot at the final. Coming in as a replacement for the injured Mitchell Marsh, Holder has picked up 13 wickets from just six games at an economy of 7.62. With the bat, too, he has played a couple of crucial knocks.
According to Simmons, though, the decision to not include him in the T20I side was taken keeping in mind the packed tour. West Indies are scheduled to play three T20Is in four days followed by two Tests, with a gap of just two days between the two series.

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