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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Meeting to be Held Thursday

A team meeting will be held on thursday, 3rd August, regarding pre-season training for the upcoming season. The meeting is to be located at the Conaree community centre at 7:00 pm.
Conaree FC is one of five "2005-2006 SKNFA/L-SPORTO Premiere League" teams that have been promoted to the "MLF" for its' inaugural season. Along with the St. Kitts U-20 national team, these clubs will compete with others from different Caribbean nations marking the first caribbean-international league of its kind. Conaree returns all of its regulars and looks forward to building on last season's success.
also in the news:
MLF kicks off international event this weekend

Wednesday, February 22, 2006


Conaree management is finalizing a friendly match against the Nevis Men's national team. It is currently scheduled for Sunday evening at the Garden grounds. No league matches will be played this weekend due to national team duties.

Also in the news: D.C. United head coach Peter Nowak allegedly targets St Kitts national Altiba Harris with racial slurs in a recent friendly. Nowak allegedly shouted "send him back to Africa" after a hard tackle early in the match. Harris is on trial with Real Salt Lake of the MLS.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006


Saturday, Feberuary 18th. C.F.C. was booming with confidence entering this match against TDC Newtown FC. Coming off of a big victory over St. Pauls, Conaree began the game with quick pace and scoring opportunities. This pace, along with sloppy Newtown defending, lead to Erell's goal in the 30th minute. The goal instilled urgency in the Newtown attack, however, and they nearly evened the score in injury time of the first-half.
The second-half saw Newtown posess the ball the vast-majority while attacking at full-speed. The Conaree defense held strong but was visibly weakened by the constant attack from Newtonwn's talented team. Coach Farell's decision to add a fourth defender was only one-play too late as Newtown capitalized on the tired defense in the 70th minute. Goalkeeper Bomers preserved the draw under 90-minutes of intense pressure proving he is the best keeper in the nation. Conaree's next opponent will be Garden Hotspur on Sunday at the Sandy Point grounds.

Goal Summary:
  1. Erell 30th (2nd)

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Conaree Earns Three Points

Saturday, 11th Feberuary. After two dissapointing losses Caribbean Star Conaree looked to gain some distance from the relegation zone. Standing in their way was a tough S.L. Horsford's St. Pauls team. The two teams drew level at nil in their first meeting. Conaree was forced to play the rematch without midfielder Bogmon due to a previous red-card.
The match began a little sloppy from both sides. Conaree attacks were often shut-down prematurely and easy passes were overlooked for smaller percentage ones. The St. Pauls defense, however, lacked patience and control. One poor clearance in particular led to Conaree's first goal. An interception from the defense, in the 30th minute, led to a well-built up posession on the left flank. A good cross from Beon to Dell made the game 1-0 in favor of Conaree.
C.F.C. showed much more composure in the second-half and kept the ball in the attacking-third much of the match. It didnt take long to earn another goal when Quow found Dell for his second goal of the match. St. Pauls tempers were then lost as a red-card was shown in the 70th for a poorly timed tackle. St. Pauls proved they were not out of the game in the 75th when a quick transition from the midfield led to a breakaway goal by #16. A comeback would prove unattainable five minutes later when Mikey scored the goal of the match, and quite possibly the goal of the season. Erik Van der Sar would have been helpless at this strike from 30 yards, upper-90.
So, Conaree moves to 11 points on the season... 7 points clear of relegation and 2 away from fourth. Their next opponent will be league leaders TDC Newtown United FC on Saturday 18th at 3:30.
  1. Dell 30th (1st)
  2. Dell 55th (2nd)
  3. Mikey 81st (1st)

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Monkey Hill drops Conaree

Saturday, 28 January. Conaree took on previously winless Elco St. Peter's in a premiere league match. It did not take long for Monkey Hill to prove that they are still a contender as they took a 1-0 lead 12 minutes into the game. The conditions were poor but credit St Peter's for taking advantage as a second goal took place 10 minutes later. It was questionable as to whether the linesman was caught sleeping as even Elco supporters were surprised by the no-flag. Nonetheless CFC headed into the lockerroom trailing 2-0. Conaree dominated all aspects of the match in the second-half. Persistent attacks paid off in the 75th when Quow registered his first goal of the season on a 30-yard blast. A second goal seemed inevadable, however, time ran out on the disorderly side ending the most disappointing match of the season. Conaree's next opponent is a slumping Village Superstar team which has dropped three straight. That game will take place at Sandy Point grounds on Sunday, 5th Feberuary at 1:30.
  1. QUOW 75th (1st)

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Caribbean Star C.F.C. Earns Three Points in Opener

Sunday, 21st January. After a one-month break, Conaree resumed it's inaugural premiere-league season with a match against "Sunquick" Cayon Rockets. Conaree had a one-point advantage over Cayon going into this match, but both were still in relegation danger.
C.F.C. started strong with hard tackling and good build-up. The finishing touch was missing, however, as has been the case throughout the season. Nonetheless the squad looked confident in all sectors of the field going into the lockerroom even at nil. The second-half began in a different manner. Cayon had two early opportunities to take the lead but goalkeeper Bomas' presence was enough to send the shots off target. Focus was then returned and Conaree took over. In the 65th minute the pressure paid off. Dell struck a rocket far post, from 20-yards, and Daire was there to clean up the rebound for his third premiere goal of the season. Coach Farell then braught in a 4th defender (Deagles' first action for Conaree) and the team cleaned up. At the final whistle Conaree got the win, some much needed breathing room, and most importantly got themselves in playoff contention (one-point out of 4th place). Training resumes on Monday at Cable and Wireless in preparation for their match next weekend.
Goal Summary:
  • Dainre 65th (3rd league)

Sunday, January 15, 2006


Sunday, 15th January. After a one-hour delay Conaree finally took on Travel World Old Road in the second round of the FA Cup. C.F.C. applied heavy pressure right away. A Ryan header was cleared off of the line off of a corner in the opening minute shortly followed by an 18-yard blast, from Bogmon, that narrowly went wide. Just three minutes later Daire opened up the scoring on a breakaway. This was followed by two quick goals from Erell and Mikey before the half. Possession was all Conaree in the second, though no goals were scored. So, C.F.C. advances to the third round of knock-out stage on a convincing 3-0 victory over Old Road. Bomas earned the clean-sheet. Training will resume on monday in preparation for the return of premiere-league action next weekend.

  • Daire 5th minute
  • Erell 10th minute
  • Mikey 18th minute