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DFA Lime Premier League Results (Week 3)

DFA Lime Premier League Results

Dublanc FC is the only team to maintain their 100% winning record as the DFA Lime Premier League continued over the weekend.

In the first match of a double-header at the Benjamin Park in Portsmouth on Saturday, Dublanc FC maintained their unbeaten run with a come from behind 3-2 victory over Bath Estate FC. Randolph Peltier opened the scoring for Bath Estate in the first half for an early advantage. Royston Furgus got the equalizer for Dublanc, with Chad Bertrand giving them the go ahead goal for a 2-1 advantage at the interval. In the second half of play Chad Bertrand scored to extend the lead further for Dublanc giving him his second goal of the match. Bath Estate’s other goal came through a Dublanc player.

In the second match Caribbean Cool Harlem Utd registered their first win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Northern Concrete & Steel Bombers. Triston Alfred found the back of the nets twice for Harlem , with Gylles Mitchel and Nigel Sanderson scoring one each. Erskim Williams scored the lone goal for Bombers. On Sunday, SignMan Middleham Utd came from behind to edge out Malta India Aicons FC 2-1 in the first match of a double-header at the Windsor Park stadium. Sean Larond and Chris Weekes scored for Middleham Utd, with O’Neill Bedminister scoring for Aicons FC. In the second match of the night defending champions Kairi Fm Exodus FC put an end to the winning streak of Sagicor South East with a 4-1 victory. Kelrick Walters continued his fine scoring form as he found the back of the nets twice for the defending champs, with Lex Millity and Shern Daily scoring one each. Pharo Cuffy scored for South East.


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