The match ended with C.C.C Bath United 6 and Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs 2.
Scoring for C.C.C Bath United were Rosel Liburd in the 1st, 25th & 74th minute, Hazel Williams struck twice in the 5th & 69th minute and Kisnel Warner in the 58th minute.
Scoring for Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs were Alexandria Gaiton in the 14th minute and Jacquazia Bass in the 84th minute.
The officials for this match were Delroy Jeffers, Cassim Akeem and Jason Rouse.
On Saturday 1st June two Digicel Premier Division matches were played at the Warner Park Stadium.
The first match was played between Delphic Newtown United and SPD United.
The only goals that were scored in that match were made by Oldain Powell of Delphic Newtown United who struck twice in the 12th & 37th minute, and Kennise Henry of SPD United who scored an own goal in the 72nd minute.
Yellow Cards were given to Iroy Jeffers of SPD United in the 51st minute.
A Red Card was given to Kennise Henry of SPD United in the 87th minute.
The officials for that match were Kimbel Ward, Mario Parry, O’Brien Clarke and James Matthew.
The second match was played between Harris Paint St. Peters and St. Thomas/Trinity Strikers.
The match ended Harris Paint St. Peters 3 and St. Thomas/Trinity Strikers 2.
Scoring for Harris Paint St. Peters were Dionis Stevens who scored in the17th minute and Khiron Phillip who struck twice in the 25th & 45th minute.
Scoring for St, Thomas/Trinity Strikers were Kendale Linburd who scored in the 24th minute
and Vallon Rogers who scored in the 68th minute.
Yellow Cards were given to Dionis Stevens in the 20th minute and Aiden Nurse in the 45th minute, Randell Brooks in the 66th minute and Delroy Barzey in the 82nd minute all of whom represented Harris Paint St. Peters.
Akil Williams got a yellow card in the 27th minute and
Sheldon Burnham in the 31st minute, and Miquel Crawford in the 52nd minute all of whom represented the St. Thomas/Trinity Strickers.
The officials for this match were Caldon Duncan, James Matthew, Florencetine Morton and Tristley Bassue.
On Sunday 2nd June two Digicel Premier Division matches were played at the Warner Park Stadium.
The first match was played between S. L. Horsford St. Pauls and Cayon FC.
The only goal that was scored for this match was made byJosh Leader (penalty) 63rd minute of the S. L. Horsford St. Pauls.
Yellow Cards were given to Keithroy Freeman in the 19th minute,Terrance Ward in the 36th minute and Rasheed Hodge in the 73rd minute and Thrizen Leader in the 74th minute all of S. L. Horsford St. Pauls.
Yellow Cards were also given to Glenville Wilson in the 16th minute and Tyrone O’loughlin in the 73rd minute and they were both of Cayon FC.
Red Cards were given to Melroy Morton in the 62nd minute and Kurt Morton in the 75th minute, and they were both of Cayon FC.
A red card was also given to Austin Lewis in the 75th minute and he was from S. L. Horsford St. Pauls.
The officials for this match were Tristley Bassue, Caldon Duncan, Alexis Joseph and Florencetine Morton.
The second match was played between Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs and Conaree.
Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs scored 2 goals and Conaree scored 1 goal.
Scoring for Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs were Shervin Allen in the 28th minute, and Javid Sabrattie in the 80th minute.
Scoring for Conaree was Byun Morson (penalty) in the 5th minute.
Yellow Cards were Shervin Allen in the 30th minute and Javier Gaiton in the 60th minute, both of Hobson Enterprises Garden Hotspurs.
Yellow Cards were also given to Cliffod Samuel in the 39th minute, Stedroy Charles in the 50th minute and Byun Morson in the 54th minute all of Conaree.
A Red Card was given to Marvin Charles of Conaree in the 36th minute.
The officials for this match were James Matthew, Ike Inniss, Delroy Jeffers and Lloyd Rouse.
An Elvis Star Browne Women’s League match was scheduled to be played at the Bath Village Playing Field.
Cayon did not show up for their game against C.C.C Bath United.
The persons who were designated as the officials were Jamal Jean Jacques, Chevaughn Walwyn and Curtis Mortonst.