Tryum won the latest match to move up to tenth place in the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association’s (ABFA) Premier Division League on Monday.
Chevel Cunningham scored a brace, including an added on time winner, as Tryum came from behind to snatch a 2 – 1 victory over Parham in the second game of a double header at the ABFA Technical Center at Paynters.
Cunningham scored his second goal and Tryum’s winner via a header from a corner in the second minute of added on time (90+2 minutes).
Cunningham also scored a late equaliser for Tryum with a glancing header from a free kick in the 85th minute.
Before Cunningham’s interventions, Parham appeared on course to secure their third win of the season after Trevaugh “Peter Blue” Harriette’s 16th minute conversion gave them a 1 – 0 lead.
Parham were unable to keep the Tryum outfit from scoring and eventually wilted to incur their seventh loss in 12 matches this season.
The result left Parham in thirteenth place in the 16 team competition with 9 points while their fifth win in 12 matches lifted Tryum to 16 points.
Meanwhile, leaders Garden Stars opened up an 11 point gap at the top of the First Division.
They extended their unbeaten run with a 2 – 0 victory over West Ham in the first match of Monday’s double header at the ABFA Technical Center.
Goals by Dylan Martin and Sedique Adams on either side of halftime powered Garden Stars to their eleventh win in 12 First Division matches this season.
Martin’s 8th minute conversion gave Garden Stars a 1- 0 halftime advantage and Adams sealed his team’s latest victory with a goal in the 62nd minute.
The win lifted Garden Stars to 34 points, 11 points ahead of John Hughes, who are currently in second place, however, John Hughes have played one game less than Garden Stars.
West Ham are second from bottom of the standings after suffering their seventh defeat in 11 matches.