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    February 22

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Paradise sink Silver Sands

Nick Maitland ,

Added 10 February 2020


EMPIRE’s Jamali Hutson (left) in a chase with Cleon Culley, of Deacons, during their goalless match on Sunday. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

LATE GOALS by debutant Jabarry “Pappy” Chandler and Mario Harte helped Premiere Classe Paradise to a 2-0 victory over Christ Church rivals Abrahams United Silver Sands in the Coca-Cola Premier League on Sunday night.

On a barren weekend for forwards at the Wildey Turf, Paradise were made to wait until the 83rd minute to break the deadlock against a stubborn Silver Sands side and then doubled their lead in the 89th minute.

The second match involving Deacons and nine-man Empire Club ended as the second 0-0 draw for the weekend.
Empire’s Omar Primus and Keymar Holligan received marching orders from referee Andrew Herbert, but Deacons failed to capitalise and settled for a point. (NM)


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