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Sea View Farm return to winning form in second division football

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Sea View Farm returned to winning ways in the Antigua and Barbuda

Football Association’s (ABFA) Second Division League on Tuesday, 31st


A Sea View Farm, who had won their first five matches, but dropped

points in their previous two encounters, returned to the winners’ circle by

pulling off a 2-0 win against English Harbour at the ABFA’s Technical

Center at Paynters.

An own-goal by Jahwan Harvey in the 27th minute had given Sea

View Farm a 1-0 lead and Chevon Moore sealed his team’s victory with a

36th minute conversion.

Their sixth win in eight matches lifted Sea View Farm to 19 points, but

they will remain in third place on goal difference ahead of Freemans


Their fourth loss in 10 matches ensured English Harbour remain on

12 points.

Makai Lewis scored on either side of half time as Freemans Village

pulled off a 2-0 win over Young Warriors at the Freemans Village playing


Lewis scored in the 44th and 74th minute as Freemans Village

notched up their sixth win in eight matches to advance to 19 points and

remain in fourth place in the 15-team competition.

It was the sixth loss in eight matches for Young Warriors who remain

on six points and 11th in the standings.

Attacking Saints also returned to winning ways and back to the top of

the second division on Tuesday.

Attacking Saints rebounded from their first loss, which they suffered

against Freemans Village the previous week, to secure a 3-0 win against

Bethesda at the Bethesda playing field.


Kerron McKenzie scored twice, converting in the 13th and 79th

minute, while the other goal for Attacking Saints was scored by Joshua

Samuel in the 32nd minute.

Their seventh win in nine matches lifted Attacking Saints to the top of

the second division with 22 points, one ahead of nearest rivals, unbeaten

Jennings United, who have two games in hand.

It was the fourth loss in eight matches for Bethesda, who remain on

10 points.

Golden Grove continued their resurgence by hammering TAMO FC

9-0 in their encounter at the Golden Grove playing field.

Akeem Francis scored a hat-trick, converting goals in the 1st, 21st

and 42nd minute.

Curt Francis and Terrence Spencer each scored a brace. Francis

scored in the 31st and 34th minute while Spencer had conversions in the

80th and 89th minute.

The other goals were scored by Daryl Samuel in the 57th minute and

Germaine Severino in the 78th minute.

The third win in six matches has lifted Golden Grove to mid-table with

10 points, while TAMO FC remain winless without a point in the cellar

position after suffering their seventh loss in the same number of outings.

The Antigua and Barbuda Football Association’s domestic

programme will continue with four matches in the First Division tomorrow,

Thursday, 2nd February.

Three of those matches will kick-off at 4:20 pm. Bolans will host Fort

Road at the Bolans playing field, Police will entertain West Ham at the

Police Recreation Grounds and John Hughes will take on Bendals at the

John Hughes playing field.

Lion Hill will clash with JSC Progressors at the Golden Grove playing

field at 5 pm in today’s other encounter.

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