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Former champions Guaya United stand in the way as leaders Sports & Games FC Santa Rosa move closer to its first title after five years playing in the National Super League.

Leaders for most of the season, Santa Rosa hold a three points advantage over the chasing pack with just four matches to go, after shutting out Siparia Spurs 3-0 on Sunday last. Their title aspirations may hinge on Sunday’s key Marvin Lee Stadium match against former champions Guaya United, who hammered Police 7-0 on Sunday. Santa Rosa head coach Keith Look Loy acknowledges that this coming Sunday’s match is a key one.

“Guaya are former champions. Guaya also comes into the match with the confidence of having beat Police 7-0 and going into fourth place,” Look Loy said. “I expect it will be a difficult game. We will give them the respect they deserve.” 

Look Loy credits having a consistent core of players over four seasons, as well as the recruitment of quality players in key positions, for their on-field success. He also credits sponsors Sports & Games for improved team administration.

“This is our best season in five years of the Super League,” Look Loy declared. “We brought in Keron Clarke and he has been scoring goals. We also recruited some solid guys at the back.”

NATIONAL SUPER LEAGUE RESULTS:
(Premier Division)
Petrotrin Palo Seco 2 (Angus John – 79th, Tigana Sparks – 90th) 1976 FC Phoenix 2 (Nigel Thomas – 12th, LeJandro Williams – 35th)
Guaya United FC 7 (Shaquille Ferrier – 22nd, Carlon Hughes – 23rd 25th & 47th, Kevin Jagdeosingh – 33rd, Kendes Garcia –49th, Jody Allsop – 81st) Police FC 0

Club Sando Moruga 3 (Nigel John – 11th, David Neptune – 68th, Jesse Edwards – 79th) Real Maracas FC 2 (Kheelon Mitchell – 27th, Kevin Jeffery – 90th)

Bethel United 0 T&T Defence Force FC 4 (Ronald St. Louis – 23rd, Akil Morris – 23rd & 40th, Keston Williams – 44th)

Siparia Spurs 0 Sports & Games FC Santa Rosa 3 (Durwin Ross – 27th, Rashad – Griffith – 56th, Keron Clarke – 67th)

WASA FC 2 (Dwight Crichlow – 72nd, Glen Walker – 90th) QPCC 0
Matura Re United 3 (Dorian Robinson – 7th, Kitwana Abosi – 19th, Brendon Figuera – 82nd) Marabella Family Crisis Centre 1 (Juma Clarence – 60th)

UPCOMING SUPER LEAGUE MATCHES:
Bethel United vs Petrotrin Palo Seco , Mt. Gomery Rec. Grd., 6.00 PM
1976 F.C. Phoenix vs WASA F.C., Canaan Rec. Grd., 5.00 PM
Defence Force F.C. vs Siparia Spurs, DFHQ, Chaguaramas, 3.30 PM
Police F.C. vs Matura Re United., St. James Barracks (Inside), 3.30 PM
Sports&Games F.C.Santa Rosa vs Guaya United, Marvin Lee Stadium, 5.00 PM
QPCC vs Club Sando Moruga CIC Grounds, St. Clair, 3.30 PM
Marabella Family Crisis Centre vs Real Maracas, Guaracara Park, 5.00 PM

TOP SUPER LEAGUE GOAL-SCORERS 
23 - Josimar Belgrave (T&T Defence Force F.C.)
21 - Andy London (Siparia Spurs)
18- Rashad Griffith (S & G F.C. Santa Rosa); Kerin Vincent (Matura ReUnited)
17 - Glen Walker (WASA F.C.)
16 -Carlon Hughes (Guaya United); Ryan Stewart (Real Maracas)
15 -Kevon Woodley (Bethel United); Nigel John (Club Sando Moruga); Dominque Kerr (1976 Phoenix F.C. )
13 -Keron Clarke (S & G F.C. Santa Rosa); Kevaughn John (QPCC)
12 - Chris Collins (Siparia Spurs); David Dominic Mc Dougall (1976 Phoenix F.C.) 
10 -Jody Allsop (Guaya United), Jason Boodram (Police F.C.)