Weymouth Wales captured three more points and a clean sheet to remain at the top of the Coca Cola Premier League with a 5-0 win over Abrahams United Silver Sands last night.
The only game of the night at the Barbados Football Association’s Wildey Turf saw Wales increase their tally to 16 points, giving them a six-point advantage.
Center forward Kemar Headley opened the scoring in the 20th minute, before assisting Ray Snagg to pocket the second goal ten minutes later.
Silver Sands’ Captain Derrine Gale-Forde then tried to put his side up one, but opposing goalie Liam Brathwaite made a brilliant save getting down low to stop the ball in its path.
Snagg tried again to get his brace but Gabriel Layne cut himself wide on the angle to deny Snagg.
But as fate would have it, Wales’ Captain Hadan Holligan laid the ball on a silver platter down the right flank for Snagg to finish into the back of the net in the 40th minute to cap off the first half.
Gale-Forde came back and had the perfect opportunity to score when he found himself unmarked in the box, but he failed to deliver despite having the keeper beaten.
Snagg then ran past two men and the ball should have been buried by Tyrel Demondunca but instead, the ball hit the uprights and went out to touch.
Demondunca’s determination was effervescent and in the 60th minute, he got his name on the scoresheet before Raymar Walters put the victors up five in the 63rd minute.