Club Sando are one step closer to clinching qualification to the Concacaf Caribbean Cup following a comprehensive 3-0 victory over SV Dakota of Aruba in the final group match of the Caribbean Club Shield tournament, at the St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association Technical Centre on Tuesday.
The Cornell Glen-coached team topped Group D with a maximum nine points from three matches to reach Friday's semis. The finalists will secure a spot in the 2023 Concacaf Caribbean Cup.
Kevon Williams opened the scoring for Sando in the 11th minute, for a 1-0 half-time lead.
In-form striker Nicholas Dillon, fresh off a first half hat-trick in the last game, doubled the lead at the hour mark. Then, substitute Isaiah Thompson completed the scoring in the 82nd minute.
In their two previous matches, Club Sando crushed SWA Sharks of Turks and Caicos 9-0 with hat-tricks from Dillon (17th, 19th, 41st) and Real Gill (45th+2, 64th, 90th). Jabari Forbes (34th), Ezekiel Kesar (47th) and Luke Phillip (55th) also got on the score sheet. In their first match last Friday, Club Sando eased past Solidarité Scolaire of Guadeloupe 4-0.
SOURCE: T&T Newsday