St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); SL Horsford St. Pauls United, FLOW 4G Cayon Rockets, Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs and RAMS Village Superstars are the four teams in the playoffs that will do battle for the 2017 St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association Premier League Championship.
St. Pauls is going into the final four at the top of table with 58 points, defending champs Cayon are a close second with 54 points, Spurs is in third place with 53 points, and last but by no means least, is Village with 47 points.
SKNFA President Anthony Johnson said it was a fight to the finish for the final four slots, a testament to the high level of football being played and the competitive spirit that will undoubtedly be exhibited in the playoffs.
Although St. Pauls and Cayon are leading the pack in points, the playoffs is anybody’s game. Spurs defeated Conaree to win the 2017 SKNFA Easter Cup in April, and Superstars disposed of Newtown United to take the 2017 FA Cup less than a week ago.
The first of the final four matches takes place tonight Wednesday at the Warner Park Stadium at 6pm between Cayon Rockets and Garden Hotspurs, then game two begins at 8pm between St. Pauls United and Village Superstars.
The football action continues on Saturday, May 27 with Cayon Rockets coming up against Village Superstars at 6pm, and St. Pauls and Garden Hotspurs facing off in game two at 8pm.
The final bout of match ups for the playoffs takes place on Tuesday, May 30- Garden Hotspurs take on Village Superstars at 6pm and at 8pm it’s St. Pauls United versus Cayon Rockets.
The Best of Three finals between the top two teams is set for Sunday, June 11, Wednesday, June 14, and if necessary game three would be played on Saturday, June 17.
Fans are encouraged to support their teams and the sport by coming out to the games in the team colors, national flags, and noisemakers to witness some exciting matches.