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Santa Rosa whip Guaya in Super League


News day / Santa Rosa continue to set the pace in the Premiership Division with a five-point lead over second-placed and defending champions Defence Force, while Club Sando Moruga are third, 10 points adrift of the leaders.

At the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya, Guaya went in front after 39 minutes through Kendes Garcia but Henry evened the scores in the 58th and Cornwall notched the winner in the 69th.

Defence Force dropped vital points as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Siparia Spurs at the Defence Force headquarters in Chaguaramas.

Akil Morris opened the scoring for the Army-Coast Guard combination in the 38th before Andy London levelled the scores in the 62nd. Michael Edwards restored Defence Force’s lead in the 84th but their joy turned to sorrow four minutes later when Darius Peters got the game-tying goal for Siparia.

Club Sando Moruga also failed to keep up with the top two after they suffered a shock 2-1 loss to the struggling Queen’s Park at the St Mary’s Ground in St Clair.

Alex Knaggs (18th) and Chad De Freitas (83rd) found the back of the net for the Parkites, while Jessie Edwards pulled one back for the visitors, in the 90th.

Cellar-placed Marabella Family Crisis Centre got a similar 2-1 result, over the lowly Real Maracas at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre.

Another struggling outfit, Bethel United, got a rare victory, at the expense of Petrotrin Palo Seco, by a 3-1 margin.

At the St James Barracks, Police and Matura ReUnited played to a 0-0 draw while 1976 FC Phoenix earned a 1-1 draw versus WASA FC at the Canaan Recreation Ground.

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