On Sunday, 15 goals were scored in just two games played on Virgin Gorda in the BVI Football Association’s National Football League.
The scoring spree included three hat tricks.
In the first match, One Love, who is on top of the Premier League with 28 points, faced Sea Argo, who is at the bottom of the standings with seven points.
In the first half, Richard Morgan scored goals in the 30th and 40th minute and then in the 74th and 75th minute. Ofaniss Bassaragh scored in the 32nd minute of the first half, while Kemar Cambell and Carl Stewart scored in the 48th and 54th, respectively.
Mohammed Kochour and Andres Bailey also had hat tricks.
In game two of the double header, the Sugar Boys faced the Rebels, who had beaten them 1-0 in their last encounter at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds.
The Sugar Boys were now playing at home on Virgin Gorda.
Andres Bailey scored three goals with his first in the third minute of the match. He followed up with two more in the 11th and 23rd minute of play.
Mohammed Kochour also scored in the 8th, 26th and 35th minutes to bring his season tally to nine goals, which keeps him in contention for the Golden Boots award.
Akeem Hendrickson also found the back of the net in the 25th minute. In the 36th minute, Chadwick Evans, of the Rebels, received a yellow card and one minute later picked up a red card and was sent off.
The Rebels were already short of players and with another player injured were unable to recover and the standing referee Norval Young was forced to call the game.
The win put the Sugar Boys in second place in the overall standings with 25 goals and in striking range of One Love.
On Sunday at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds, the Islanders, last year’s champions and currently in third place, lost to the Wolues, who started the game well and had several scoring opportunities. However, it was the Islanders who scored an own goal in the first half to give the Wolues the lead.
In the second half, the Wolues had two back-to-back goals by Jamie Wilson in the 89th and 90th minute to win the game. Despite the loss, the Islanders are still in third placewith 23 points, while the Wolues hold on to the seventh spot with 10 points.
The overall standing are as follows: One Love 28 points, Sugar Boys 25 points, Islanders 23 points, Panthers 16 points, Rebels 13 points, Old Madrid 13 points, Wolues 10 points, Virgin Gorda United eight points, and Sea Argo seven points.