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A win and two draws from their remaining games will see the Wolues FC pip Islanders FC to the National League title, but there is still plenty of football to be played until the top four are confirmed.

Wolues overcame Rebels FC 7-0 to close to within two points of Islanders FC who beat VG United 2-1, to leave the destination of the 2024 National League championship still in the balance, but with Wolues in a slightly stronger position.

Wolues have three games to play and if they win two of those, then they will be champions. That is regardless of the biggest clash of the season, which is scheduled for 12th May, when the Islanders play their last game of the season against Wolues!

 “Rebels turned up short handed and eventually made it 10 but the contest was over after 10 minutes really” commented Phil Nelson “We would have preferred a competitive game but grateful to pick up the important three points. It was a real shame we were not able to get more minutes in the tank as at half time the Rebels did not want to continue, overall, we moved the ball well and created a lot of chances. The fight for the title will go all the way and we have an exciting match against Islanders in a couple of weeks. We are really looking forward to that game but first we must stay focused for the next weekend to pick up the three points that will sit us at the top going into that clash.”

Alexander Edwards and Kieran Brown both scored a brace whilst James Malley, Marcus Robinson, and Hugo Costa Liziario, who scored his league leading 23rd goal of the season, were also on the scoresheet.

Islanders stayed in pole position with a hard-fought victory over VG Utd as Antonio Rodney scored either side of an own goal to secure the three points.


“Great win for the club, the team and the guys who put In the hard work, Noted Coach Fitzroy Daley “It was a good game in many different ways, we played basic ,simple  and smart football , didn’t allow our opponents to play how they wanted, pressurized them from the kick off  and played like how we train. That style of play is important to us, and we are developing that together as a team. There were lots of man of the match candidates, Antonio Rodney with both goals, Akeem Paddy, the 15-year-old in goal, pulling off some great save, but it is very difficult to single out an individual when the team performance made the difference, and everyone played extremely well. Once we have good players on the pitch playing to instruction, we would be hard to beat, and this was one of the best matches played for the season. We still room for improvement, the work is never finished as a coach, or a player and we are now looking forward to the next game and the preparation starts all over.”


The most interesting aspects of the final table will be whether One Love can use their remaining games to sneak into fourth and replace either Sugar Boys FC or Lion Heart FC in the Presidents Cup.


They won 2-1 against the Panthers and despite only being on nineteen points have five games remaining and can mathematically reach thirty-four points with Sugar Boys and Lion Heart only able to reach a maximum of twenty-nine points, as they both have just one game left to play. However, One Love’s path into the top four comes with massive games against Sugar Boys, VG United, Lion Heart, Wolues and Old Madrid.


Julian Davidson and Dwayne Smith put One Love two up before Prevell Asson pulled one back for Panthers.


“It’s a possibility” claimed One Love Coach, Javon Carty “Once the players are serious and willing to put in the work then nothing impossible. It was a great win over the weekend and moving forward, we certainly have the ability to reach the post season cup competition.”