At the Bernard Park, league leaders North Village Rams defeated visiting Somerset Eagles 2 – 1. The North Village Rams took the lead as early as the 2nd minute when Jaizel Smith-DeShields scored from close range.
In the 60th minute Troy Tucker doubled the North Village Rams lead, Teniko Eve pulled a goal back for the Somerset Eagles, but they could not find the equalizer.
Somerset Trojans 0 Southampton Rangers 1 – Match Abandoned
At the Somerset Cricket Club the Southampton Rangers held a 1 – 0 lead when the referee Tashun Simons was forced to abandoned the match between the Somerset Trojans and the Southampton Rangers. After a scoreless first half the Southampton Rangers were awarded a penalty, players from the Southampton Rangers argued over who would take the kick, which eventually was converted by Kamali Davis in the 65th minute, but two minutes later players from the Southampton Rangers began fighting each other, leaving the referee with little option other than abandoning the match.
Devonshire Cougars 3 Robin Hood 1
At the Devonshire Rec. the Devonshire Cougars defeated Robin Hood 3 – 1. Calin Maybury gave Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 23rd minute, Allan Douglas doubled the lead in the 35th minute. Lejuan Simmons pulled a goal back for Robin Hood in the 58th minute, but Douglas ended the match as a contest when he found the back of the net for a second time in stoppage time.
X-Road’s 10 Boulevard Blazers 1
At the Garrison Field, X-Road’s defeated the Boulevard Blazers 10 – 1. Donavan Thompson led the way with 4 goals, while Kahmori Brangman and Tyrell Burgess both scored twice, Jamin Furbert and Paul Simons scored a goal each. Khiry Easton scored the lone goal for the Boulevard Blazers.
Vasco 2 Wolves 5
At the Bernard Park, Wolves defeated Vasco 5 – 2. Wolves would get two goals from Jared Peniston and Tyree Robinson, while their goalkeeper Jerome Usher utilizing the strong wind scored from his box. Fabio Maderios and Ayrton Ban Duyne scored a goal each for Vasco.
Ireland Rangers 0 St. David’s 0
This match at Malabar was not played as the host Ireland Rangers could not field a team against St. David’s.