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Tridents win – by appeal


Added 07 March 2019


Mario Harte opened the scoring for Barbados last night. (FILE)

Barbados’ hopes of a top-of-table finish in the 2019 Windward Islands Football Association (WIFA) tournament have been given a major kick with a victory in the boardroom after making a successful protest.

Following a 0-0 draw against Grenada on Monday night, technical director of the Barbados team Ahmed Mohamed lodged a protest against the Spice Boys who fielded a player that was ineligible.

According to a statement yesterday by the St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation (SVGFF), which is in charge of the tournament, Grenadian player Kimron Marshall should not have played against Barbados.

Marshall received a booking in the opening match of the competition against St Lucia and in their second game against Dominica. (AGB)

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