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Brittons Hill, BDFSP in semis


Added 12 May 2019


Dante Greenidge(left netted a hat-trick for Brittons Hill.(Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

BRITTONS HILL UNITED and Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme (BDFSP) have booked spots in the semi-finals of the Barbados Football Association’s Champions Cup.

Led by a hat-trick by Dante Greenidge, Brittons Hill steamrolled Checker Hall 6-0, while BDFSP defeated ten-man Claytons Kola Tonic Notre Dame 2-1 on Saturday night at the Wildey Turf.

Division 2 club Checker Hall got past Premier League outfit Mark’s Auto Spares Porey Spring United in the Round of 16 but faced a far superior challenge from Brittons Hill as early as the ninth minute.

Just a minute earlier, Checker Hall’s Renaldo Best scored what he thought was the game’s first goal but he was flagged offside by the assistant referee. Brittons Hill’s sucker punch came from captain Rohan Hall’s up-field clearance which found the run of Greenidge, who finished well under pressure.


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