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Spurs, Newtown, Dieppe Bay record wins, St. Pauls drop points again

Rams Village Superstars missed a golden opportunity to nab three points and move up table after they surrendered a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with S.L. Horsford St. Pauls United in the National Bank Premier League at the Warner Park on Sunday night. Kimaree Rogers gave Village the lead in the 37th min and Travis Somersall doubled the lead in the 48th minute. But constant pressure by St. Pauls in the second half paid off. When it seemed that St. Pauls were again going to drop more points after last week’s disappointing.

Village Coach Jeffrey Hazel was disappointed in giving up the lead, but was happy with the three points. “It was a tale of two halves. I thought in the first half we dominated the game. In the second half we got complacent and we gave up two goals. I think it was a very good game played by two teams,” Coach Hazel said.


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