The Devonshire Cougars were crowned the Dudley Eve Champions following their 2 – 1 win over the Dandy Town Hornets at the National Sports Center. Click Here to see Pictures of Dudley Eve Final 2020
Devonshire Cougars Starting Line-up: Ajai Daniels (Kioshi Trott 62nd) , Zekiro White (Darren Williams 32nd), Zeko White, Lineiko Millett, Trey Tucker, Calin Maybury, Zari Simmons, Chris Caisey, Che-Kai Caisey (Elisha Darrell 81st), Domico Coddington, Lejuan Simmons - Substitutes: Christian Albouy, Kioshi Trott, Ari Cannonier, Mark Steede, Moses Steede, Nyeem Simmons - Dandy Town Hornets Starting Line-Up: Jaiden Manders, Ernest Trott, Judah Chapman, Azendae Furbert, Eusebio Blankendal, Jomei Bean-Lindo, Treshun Smith(Angelo Simmons 58th), Cecoy Robinson, Lynn Emery (Jahtino Richardson-Martin 58th), David Jones Jr., Jahnazae Swan (Kamali Davis 83rd) - Substitutes Terrance Webb Jr. Nyhrobi Carmichael, Mathew Mello-Cann, David Blakendal, Seoin Darrell, Julian Roser
The two teams in the early moments of this match were cautious in their play, Dandy Town Hornets striker Cecoy Robinson had an early chance when he broke free, but his shot was blocked by the Devonshire Cougars goalkeeper Ajai Daniels.
The Devonshire Cougars created several chances, but Jaiden Manders in goal for the Dandy Town Hornets made several saves to keep his team in the match.
The teams went to the break scoreless at 0 – 0.
The match turned in the 71st minute when Dandy Town Hornets defender Azendae Furbert received his second yellow card and was dismissed, but it was the Dandy Town Hornets who would then take the lead when they were awarded a penalty, and Angelo Simmons would convert in the 80th minute.
That goal shocked the Devonshire Cougars to life, as Lejuan Simmons equalized in the 85th minute, and then two minutes later Elisha Darrell who was only on the field for six minutes scored from close range after Simmons was denied in a goalmouth scramble.