• Wednesday Jun 11, 2014

    Live TV coverage for Grenada’s Premier Division

    ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada – A new era for football in Grenada was launched Sunday as the Grenada Football Association partnered with telecommunication provider FLOW for the first live broadcast of a Premier Division match in the country.

    The historic occasion saw host PetroCaribe Queens Park Rangers defeat Nixon's Electrical Happy Hill FC 3-0 at the National Cricket Stadium, formerly known as Queens Park.

    Ray Roberts and Nat Simpson provided the commentary in an encounter that yielded two first-half goals, including a sixth minute opener by Jonathan Williams.

    Live Premier Division football returns to televisions on Sunday, when Hurricane takes on LIME Paradise at Alston George Park in Victoria.

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