There is not much to choose between Direct TV Paradise and Claytons Cola Tonic Notre Dame this season in the Digicel-sponsored Barbados Football Association’s Premier League Tournament.
And such was the case last night at Wildey, St. Michael up to †approximately five minutes from the end of regulation time.
With the game seemingly heading to a draw, Kenny Sealy found the back of the nets to sink the spirits of Dame’s supporters and lift those of the excited Paradise fans.
Earlier it had been a game of to and fro and missed opportunities as the game seemed overly concentrated in the mid-field.
Sealy’s second goal of the season allowed Paradise to move to 15 points from eight games and to lay claim to second spot on the ten-team table behind frontrunners BDF Sports Programme who are on 20 points. Notre Dame are in third position with 14 points from eight games.
In the first game of the evening Pride of Gall Hill conceded an own goal to Brittons Hill as early as the 10th minute but Jabarry Chandler made amends in the 55th with a game-equalling strike.
Gall Hill are now sixth on the table on 11 points from nine games, while Brittons Hill are fifth with 13 points from eight games.
Weymouth Wales’ Dwayne Stanford is the leading marksman so far in the season with eight goals, after moving ahead of Dayrells Road’s talented Tristan Parris who has seven goals. The BDF’s Jamal Chandler has six goals to his credit as does the Dame’s Decarlo Jemmott.†††
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