Cavalier, UWI in dull draw

CAVALIER 1 Christian (44th, pen) UWI FC 1 Greenland (18th)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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The University of the West Indies Football Club (UWI) FC could only manage a dull 1-1 draw against Cavalier Soccer Club in their Red Stripe Premier League match at Stadium East on Sunday.

Anthony Greenland put UWI in front after 18 minutes after they had dominated play from the opening whistle of Referee Veralton Nembhard.

Cavalier, who looked leg weary and got off only two solitary shots at the UWI goal in the first 45 minutes, equalised on the stroke of half-time. Taniel McKenzie's rash tackle in the area was punished with a penalty. Nikoy Christian then converted the spot kick in minute 44 to level the score.

The point kept UWI on 15 points.

With the point, Cavalier moved to 12 points.

Teams: Cavalier SC — Kamoy Simpson, Rushawn Plummer, Omar Walcott, Laston Reid, Dejanni Isaacs, Jerome Smith, Michael Spence (Marlon Laing 86th), Vasbert Harry (Nicholas Hamilton 60th), Nickoy Christian (Alex Marshall 60th), Kemar Shaw, Deron Duncan.

Subs not used: George Pinnock, Kemmoy Phillips, David Mitchell, Orlando Brown

Booked: Smith (70th), Marshall (90th+3)

UWI FC — Nicholas King, Rochane Smith, Taniel McKenzie, Deno Schaffe, Ryan Miller, Oshane Jenkins, Dravian Williams, Kemar Flemmings, Fabion McCarthy, Andre Bernal (Davion Garrison 64th), Anthony Greenland (Dawyne Smith 68th).

Subs not used: Kemoy Atkinson, Daniel Gilzene, Jerondy Henry, Deighton Stuart, Jabari Wallace.

Booked: None

Referee: Veralton Nembhard

Assistant referees: Nicholas Anderson, Omar Mills

Fourth official: Doyen Tummings

Match commissioner: Uken Campbell

— Hurbun Williams




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