AIA/FIRE moved to third place, if only temporarily, after coming away from National Quarries North East Stars' Sangre Grande stronghold with a comfortable 2-0 yesterday over the defending T&T Pro League champions.
St Lucian Titus "Titi" Elva silenced the home support in the 32nd minute when he scored to give the visitors the lead which they held 1-0 at the half. His strike partner Abdullah Phillip then doubled Caledonia's tally with a 60th minute goal.
It got worse for the Stars when they had national defender Glenton Wolffe sent off in the 71st minute for dangerous play.
Two other T&T pro league matches were to have been played last night. United Petrotrin were due to entertain San Juan Jabloteh at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella, while Defence Force and leaders Vibe CT 105 W. Connection had a top-of-the-table showdown at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.