- Written by LK Hewlett,
St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Defending Champions FLOW 4G Cayon Rockets and Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs are headed to the Best of Three Finals for the SKNFA 2017 Premier League Championship.
Cayon sealed the deal for a spot in the finals, defeating SL Horsford St. Pauls United 2 goals to 1 on Tuesday night (May 30). Cayon’s Javeim Blanchette scored in the 26th minute, followed by
Shaquille Pringle in the 35th minute.
Scoring for St. Pauls was Joash Leader in the 49th.
Spurs made easy work disposing of Rams Village Superstars 5 goals to 1 on Tuesday night.
Spurs’ Tiran Hanley was on fire scoring three goals for the night, coming in 48th, 64th, and 85th minutes.
Rovan Wigley and Kennedy Isles also netted for Sours in the 67th and 75th minutes respectively.
Kimaree Rogers put up the only coal for Village in the 72nd minute.
SKNFA General Secretary Stanley Jacobs, anticipates an exciting Best of Three playoffs.
“We at the St Kitts-Nevis Football Association are very pleased with the 2017 Final Four competition to date, we had three exciting days of the round robin competition in the final four with very exciting matches and we are extremely happy in the way the tournament is currently poised. I must say congratulations to FLOW 4G Cayon Rockets and H.E. Garden Hotspurs for advancing to the best of three finals. Of course FLOW 4G Cayon Rockets would have done extremely well in winning all three matches in the round robin competition in a resounding fashion. This year we have seen a resurgence of the team from Central Basseterre, the H.E Garden Hotspurs and we also commend them and congratulate them for having an excellent season, we congratulate the four teams for having an excellent season and they have done really well and we look forward to the best of three finals which is scheduled to start on June 11 with great anticipation. We have two extremely competitive teams in the finals and we anticipate that it is going to be a very exciting best of three finals. My hat is off to both teams, may the best team win and I want to encourage the fans to come on out and don’t miss the best in three finals.”