There were wins for Sagicor South East, defending champions Kairi FM Exodus FC, Bath Estate FC and Dublanc FC in week two of the DFA Premier League last weekend. On Saturday Sagicor South East came from behind to defeat SignMan Middleham Utd 4-1 in the first match of a double header at the Benjamin Park in Portsmouth. Delbert Hazel scored in the 30th minute of play to give Middleham Utd a 1-0 advantage at the interval. When the second half got on the way Milian Phillip equalized for South East from the penalty spot in the 77th minute. Then goals came from Sydney Lockhart in the 79th minute, Josley Prince in the 87th minute and Kervin Lawrence in extra time to complete a comfortable win for South East. In the second match of the night Kelrick Walters stole the spotlight as he scored six times to pilot defending champions Kairi FM Exodus FC to a 6-nil drubbing of Aicons FC. Five of those goals came in the first half as the champs recorded their first win for the season. The action moved to the Windsor Park Stadium on Sunday where Bath Estate FC defeated Northern Concrete & Steel Bombers 4-1 in the first match of a double header. Randolph Peltier scored all four goals for Bath Estate who were later reduced to nine men and securing their second win in as many matches. Jamie Parrillon scored for Bombers. In the second match, a ten man Dublanc FC came from behind to edge out Caribbean Cool Harlem Utd 2-1. Donan Jervier scored in the 8th minute to give Harlem a 1-0 advantage at the interval. Travis Joseph got the equalizer for Dublanc, with the winning goal coming from a Harlem player. That victory made it two wins from two matches for Dublanc FC.