Police held League One leaders Guaya United to a 2-2 draw last Sunday, as action in the Trinidad and Tobago Super League continued.
Guaya made the trek from the south-eastern peninsula to the St James Barracks, and striker Carlon Hughes had their fans in a frenzy when he struck in the 23rd and 25th minutes.
However, the lawmen showed their fighting qualities in the second half, and earned a share of the points, through Jason Boodram (65th) and Colin Williams (90th).
WASA FC were the day’s biggest winners, as they hammered cellar-placed Bethel United 4-1 at the WASA Ground, St Joseph. Glen Walker notched a hat-trick, with items in the 27th as well as the first and second minutes of second half stoppage time, while Dwight Crichlow (34th) had the other. Ex-national defender Makan Hislop (86th) got the consolation for Bethel.
At the Fyzabad Petrotrin Sports Ground, Club Sando Moruga earned a slim 2-1 win over Siparia Spurs. Andrew Samuel broke the deadlock for Club Sando Moruga after 69 minutes but Marlon Phillip equalised 10 minutes later. However, after three minutes of stoppage time, Kevon Clement netted the winner, for the visitors.
The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) pipped Defence Force 2-1 at the UTT O’Meara Campus Ground in Arima. Ishmael Daniel (16th) and Cyrano Glen (30th) struck for the hosts, while Dexter Thornhill pulled one back, for the Army-Coast Guard combination.
Cunupia FC defeated 1976 Phoenix FC 2-1 at the Canaan/Bon Accord Recreation Ground. Hakeem Legall (eighth) and Steven Stoute (72nd) were on target for Cunupia, while Andel Noray responded for Phoenix, with a penalty in the 26th.
Queen’s Park climbed one spot to third place, despite a 1-1 against FC Santa Rosa at the Arima Velodrome. Shabaka Mahluli put the Parkites ahead after seven minutes but Rashad Griffith equalised for the home team, in the 19th.
In League Two action on Saturday, leaders Petit Valley/Diego Martin United trounced Perseverance Ball Runners 6-0 at the Diego Martin North Secondary School Ground. Anthony Joseph (38th and 69th) and Eric Charles (67th and 79th) netted two goals apiece while Kerwin Bonnette (39th) and Ishaq Abdullah (88th) added one each.
Central 500 Spartans moved up a notch to second spot after a hard-fought 1-0 win over hosts Youth Stars at the Roxborough Complex. Keith Williams got the game-winner, in the 90th.
And, at the Frederick Settlement Recreation Ground in Caroni, Harlem Strikers and Prisons FC played to a goalless draw.