Glass breaks Indies hearts with dramatic late winner

THE champions kept their title hopes alive while inflicting a huge blow on the league leaders on Saturday.

Hamish Glass scoring the winner for Colombians against Indies. (Picture by Martin Gray, 27394694)
Hamish Glass scoring the winner for Colombians against Indies. (Picture by Martin Gray, 27394694)

Indies are still part of the three-way title race and are two points clear of their closest pursuers, but they no longer have their fate in their own hands having completed their Division One campaign with this 4-3 defeat to Colombians.

Just two fixtures remain to be played in this enthralling battle, both between the other contenders Colombians and Casuals, and given the nature of the situation, it is highly likely to be one of those who will come away with the top prize. The best Indies can hope for is a play-off, which will only be possible with two draws.

Had Indies managed to hold on for at least a draw on Saturday, the permutations would have been more favourable for them, but a top-class goal from Hamish Glass ensured they finished with nothing to show for their efforts.

Captain Zak Damarell (two) and TJ Ozanne scored the other Colombians goals while Josh Kendal, Tom Still and Steve Waldrom replied for Indies.

  • More in Monday's Guernsey Press.

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