Results: Premier & First Division Football

January 24, 2022 | 0 Comments

Footballers in both the Premier Division and First Division were in action this weekend, with Robin Hood and North Village Rams both earning wins, while two other matches ended in draws.

Premier Division

Somerset Eagles 1 – Robin Hood 4

Robin Hood moved into seventh place in the standings following their 4 – 1 win over the Somerset Eagles at the White Hill Field.

With the Somerset Eagles only having the services of the 11 players on the field available, Robin Hood jumped out to a 2 – 0 lead after eight minutes. Chae Brangman scored the opener in the fifth minute, with Liam Evans doubling the lead three minutes later. Shakir Smith pulled a goal back for the Somerset Eagles in the 14th minute, before Brangman added his second of the game for Robin Hood in the 45th minute as they took a 3 – 1 lead to the break.

Robin Hood added to their lead in the 66th minute when Aaron Nelson found the back of the net. With the defeat, the Somerset Eagles remain in eleventh place in the standings with four points.

Devonshire Colts 1 – North Village Rams 2

The North Village Rams came from behind to defeat the Devonshire Colts 2 – 1 at the Police Field.

Shaki Swan gave the Devonshire Colts the lead in the 13th minute. That lead stood until the 65th minute, when substitute Rai Simons scored for the North Village Rams one minute after coming onto the field.

Just when it looked as if the two teams would share the points, Simons scored his second goal of the game to earn the North Village Rams all three points and move them into third place in the standings with 21 points, while the Devonshire Colts fall to eighth place, level on points with Robin Hood.

First Division

Wolves 1 – BAA 1

Wolves and BAA shared the points at the Wellington Oval with a 1 – 1 draw. Tamauri Tucker gave Wolves the lead in the 30th minute, with Patrick Quinn equalizing for BAA in the 38th minute.

The point keeps BAA in second place with 18 points, while Wolves moved into a tie for fifth with St. David’s with 12 points; all the teams in the division except the Paget Lions have played nine games.

Paget Lions 1 – Vasco 1

At the Southampton Oval, the Paget Lions picked up the second point of the season, while Vasco picked up their fourth as the teams shared the points in a 1 – 1 draw.

Linton Miller gave the Paget Lions the lead in the 39th minute, while Shaun Brown equalized for Vasco in the 49th minute.

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