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Sugar Boys cruise past Rebels in Terry Evans Cup

Derol Redhead heads home a corner to give Sugar Boys a 1-0 win over Rebels in the Terry Evans Cup on Saturday June 17, 2017 at the A.O. Shirley Ground in Road Town. Photo: Charlie E. Jackson/VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The Sugar Boys are comfortably on the road to the Terry Evans Cup having secured a 1-0 victory over Rebels on Saturday June 17, 2017 at the A.O. Shirley Ground in Road Town.

The game was settled in the second half when Derol Redhead rose unmarked by the penalty spot to head home a corner from Allon Williams past Maxcell DaBreo.

The Rebels were unable to create much in the way of clear cut chances to equalise, but in the dyeing seconds Atebe Creese miscued an attempted volley from 10 yards out, which on another day could have and probably should have sent the game to penalties.

Redhead thought his team deserved the win. “We had control of the game although we weren’t at a 100 per cent. As we progress we will get better and are confident of reaching the final.”

On his goal, Redhead noted it was a near perfect cross and he timed his header to send the ball crashing into the net.

Today, Sunday June 18, 2017 the defending champions Islanders take on Panthers and then at 7:00 PM One Love face Wolues, with both matches on the A.O. Shirley Ground.

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