St James Sandals Major League on today

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

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ALBION, St James — Melbourne Mind Game will go after a third-straight victory in the St James Football Association/Sandals Resorts Major League today, when they take on Irwin FC in a Zone One game at Albion set to start at 3:30 pm.

After losing their first game 0-3 to leaders Lilliput Rovers, Melbourne Mind Game have carved out back-to-back 1-0 wins and will have their sights set on a third win that would give them a share of the lead.

At the UDC field, Bogue FC and Marl Road, who are still seeking their first win, will meet in a Zone Two game.

Marl Road have drawn all three games played so far while Bogue FC, last season's Division One champions, have drawn two and lost another game.

Meanwhile, Club Ville and Sam Sharpe scored their first wins in the St James Football Association/Sandals Resorts International Division One on Friday.

Club Ville beat Belmont FC 3-1 in Granville while Sam Sharpe scored two late goals in their come-from-behind 2-1 win over Paradise FC at UDC Field, as both winners moved up in the points' table.

Sam Sharpe moved into second place on five points from three games, one behind leaders Norwood Strikers from two wins, while Club Ville are in third place on four points from two games, on goal difference ahead of Paradise who were losing for the first time this season.

At Granville Community Centre, Club Ville led 2-0 after half-hour, with goals from Ryan Anglin in the 28th minute and Keino Campbell in the 30th minute.

Ryan Sterling pulled one back for Belmont in the 49th minute but Rashford Warren restored Club Ville's two-goal lead in the 86th minute.

At UDC Field, Javaughn Pinnock gave Paradise the lead in the seventh minute and it took Sam Sharpe until the 71st minute to equalise when Kareem Kerr scored their first goal of the season.

Nealan Lawrence then scored the winner in the 85th minute.

Today's games

Melbourne Mind Game vs Irwin FC @ Albion @ 3:00 pm

Bogue FC vs Marl Road @ UDC @ 3:00 pm

— Paul Reid

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