Work begins for Cavalier after Super League midseason win
Cavalier Sports Club team coach Rudolph Speid says the team has a lot more work to do for the remainder of the season despite them having won the Magnum/KSAFA Super League midseason title on Friday evening.
Cavalier took the title and $50,000 after cruising to a 2-0 win over Browns' Town at Constant Spring.
The team played with top players Alex Marshall, Swane Thompson and George Pinnock.
"We didn't play about three of our top players because they have been struggling a little bit for fitness, including Marshall, so we decided to rest them," Speid said afterwards.
Cavalier controlled the match from early and broke the deadlock on 40 minutes when they received a penalty and Ryan Miller converted, a league-leading fifth goal, from the spot to put the Rudolph Speid-coached team ahead.
"This final doesn't carry any points but we had to turn up, so we rested Marshall and some other players. But we thought we had enough ammunition to do the job, and we came and gave a workmanlike performance and secured the victory," he added.