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One Love FC are awaiting the winners of the semi final between Sugar Boys FC and VG Utd, this Sunday, October 1st, to see who they will face in the Emmett Caines Knockout Cup Final.

The Virgin Gorda, El Classico, will take place on the Virgin Gorda Recreation Ground with a 6.00pm kick off and will no doubt attract a bumper crowd as the two teams do battle, with the chance to lift the first of the season silverware at stake.

To reach this stage the Sugar Boys received a bye, but VG Utd had to face a resurgent Old Madrid last Sunday, coming out 5 – 0 winners.

“It was a good game, our team played well, the plans are coming to fruition and the players gelling well for the season“ noted Manager Jermain Abrams “I’m pleased with the defense, we have kept two shut outs and scored goals at the other end. The youngsters are really stepping up and we should be at full strength on Sunday, with some players back from holiday. We still have a few things to put in place, but we are looking forward to the derby against Sugar Boys.”

The goal scorers for VG included two for Jaadon Quashie, two for Bernard Cumberbatch and one for Deshawn Richardson.

Youngsters are really starting to burst through the ranks this season for many of the teams and One Love are no exception as Jahari Lacey was also on their scoresheet in a 5-0 win against Positive FC, which saw them into the hat for the semi final draw, and the lucky recipients of a bye into the final itself. Jhon Samuel, Shayne Prince, Alcise Savery and Brent Bowman rounded out the scoring.

“We dominated most of the game and it was good to get new players some minutes and see how our youths stood up to the pace of senior football. Being in the final is just the start of our ambitious plans for the season ahead and we definitely have a triple in our sites” commented One Loves Javon Carty.

Apart from Lacey, One Love also had Jeffersen Frank and Latriel Williams on show.