Four days after returning to the top of the standings, Westside Superstarz, was dealt the blow of the season when it slumped to a 5-0 whipping to Stokely Vale in the blink/bmobile National Super League (NSL), yesterday.
Stokely Vale, playing at home at the Plymouth Recreation Ground, got right back into the title chase with the victory, after reducing the deficit between fourth place and the top to only four points. WASA FC, which shared the lead with Westside Superstarz, had its fixture against Eagles postponed, due to a shortage of officials.
Rundel Winchester scored the opener minutes before the break. Onasi Forde then doubled up with a strike at the stroke of halftime, for a comfortable 2-0 lead. Five minutes after the restart, Trevon James added a third, which was followed by a second for both Winchester and Forde in the 65th and 71st minutes respectively.
Eagles Utd v WASA- Did Not Play
Defence Force 1 (Akil Morris 30th) v Club Sando 0
Siparia Spurs 5 v Biche 1
Stokely Vale 5 (Rundel Winchester 41st, 65th, Onasi Forde 45th, 71st, Trevon James 51st) v Westside Superstarz 0
Real Maracas 2 (Shane Glasgow 30th, 44th) v 1976 FC Phoenix 1 (Darren Mitchell 60th)