Devon Modeste sizzled on Sunday, striking four goals to see Queen's Park Cricket Club (QPCC) cruised to a 5-0 victory over RSSR FC in the T&T Super League (TTSL).
This was at Curepe recreation ground on Knowles Street and it was all about Modeste, who kept second-place QPCC with 54 points, within range of leader FC Santa Rosa (57 points).
FC Santa Rosa remained in charge of the 14-team competition, getting its 18th win from 24 rounds of matches without taking the field on Saturday after host Metal X Erin forfeited the match which was scheduled at Erin Recreation ground.
Back in Curepe, Modeste opened the scoring the 30th minute and despite a number of chances RSSR did not get the equaliser and trailed 1-0 at half-time.
On the resumption, it didn't take long for QPCC to increase its lead as Modeste again came into play and gave his team a 2-0 lead with a goal in the 53rd minute. His teammate Jared Bennett (58th) joined him on the scoresheet some five minutes later with QPCC's third item.
Modeste continued his rampage and returned in the 68th minute, to put QPCC further ahead, 4-0, and sealed the deal in the lopsided with an 81st-minute item.
At Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre, Nathan Julien was in good scoring form for fourth-place Prison Service, which was looking to get among the top three teams team in the standings.
He netted a pair of goals but his team was held to a 3-3 draw with San Fernando Giants. Antonio Augusta (38th) scored the other goal for Prison while Philvoughn Jones (63rd), Arkido Joseph (83rd) and Arvid Applewhite (86th) were the goal-scorers for the Giants.
Prison remains behind third-place Guaya United, which led by four goals from Leroy Jones on Saturday, comfortably defeated Club Sando, 7-2 at home.