So far so good as Meadheaven is looking good for the CPPL playoffs
Meadhaven extend lead in Super League
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Two goals each from Keammar Daley and Norman Bailey carried Victoria Mutual/KSAFA/Super League leaders, Meadhaven, to a comprehensive 5-0 win over Mountain View as the first-round matches came to an end on Saturday.
Leighton Neita netted Meadhaven's other goal, as they stretched their lead over Bull Bay from one to four points after the latter drew with Maverley/Hughenden in their game.
In other matches, defending champions Police Nationals scored their fourth win, beating last-placed Rockfort 2-0, while Renardo Lee netted his third goal in as many matches as Duhaney Park scored their fourth consecutive win (sixth overall) in the league.
The game between Constant Spring and Cavalier ended 1-1. Meadhaven lead the league with 27 points, four ahead of Bull Bay and 10 more than the JDF.
Santos and Duhaney Park follow with 15 and 14 points, respectively, then Maverley and Police come next with 11 points apiece.
Constant Spring have 10 points, Cavalier have nine, Mountain View six and Rockfort one point.
In the Major League, Real Mona continue to increase their lead at the top after they were the only side in the top four to score a win on the weekend.
Mona defeated UTech 2-1 to stretch their advantage to nine points.
Meanwhile, Greenwich Town have dropped out of the competition after failing to show for a second match this season.
Greenwich, who are second-last in the standings with six points, will be relegated to the Syd Bartlett competition and all their games played in the league will be null and void. In other games, Rae Town drew 1-1 with Central Kingston, Seaview went down 0-3 to Brown's Town, Olympic Gardens stopped Cooreville 2-1.
Real Mona sit atop the standings with 28 points, followed by Rae Town and Liguanea with 19 points. Seaview are next with 16, then Olympic Gardens with 14 and Swallowfield with 13 points.
In the Syd Bartlett competition, Port Royal also extended their lead at the top to nine points after the beat New Kingston 1-0 at the Bell/Chung Oval.
Island Special Constabulary Force (ISCF) and Shortwood also had similar 1-0 wins over Meadforest and Pembroke Hall, respectively.
Allman Woodford and Maxfield Park played to a 1-1 draw. Second-placed Molynes United rested.
Port Royal now have 20 points, ahead of Molynes and ISCF with 11 points each. Pembroke Hall have nine, while Maxfield, Allman/Woodford and Shortwood are tied on eight points.