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PRESS RELEASE – The Last Round of matches of the President’s Cup Club Championship were played on Saturday 12th December at the Soufriere Stadium with the 1st game featuring Super J Northern United vs Young Roots and the 2nd game featuring Big Players vs Platinum FC.
The 1st game kicked off with Young Roots taking the lead with a goal from Kenvin Mayers in the 43rd minutes ending the 1st half 1-0. The 2nd half saw another goal for Young Roots from Moweky Maytra in the 54th minutes and one goal for Super J Northern United from Troy Greenidge in the 87th minutes ending the game 2-1 in favor of Young Roots.
The 2nd game which featured Big Players vs Platinum FC saw Big Players taking the lead in the 1st half with a goal from Valdez Maximim in the 15th minutes. FC Platinum equalized with a goal from Brad Anthoine in the 28th minutes ending the 1st half 1-1.
The 2nd half saw Big Players taking the lead again with goals from Tarmar Moise in the 59th minutes and Lincolin Philip in the 70th minutes. Platinum FC scored a goal from Marharn Joseph in the 82nd minutes ending the game 3-2 in favor of Big Players.
At the end of the games the Saint Lucia Football Association presented Trophies and medals to the following Teams:
1st place – Young Roots
2nd place – Big Players
3rd place – Super J Northern United.
The Saint Lucia Football Association would like to express its Thanks and Appreciation for the Teams which took part in the President’s Cup Club Championship and the Supporters who came out to all the games.
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