Wotton and Blackspurs in action at the Wildey Turf this season.
Clubs in the Barbados Football Association's Division 1 will be also getting a chance to kick back over the Yuletide season as they too will be taking a break into the new year. With the competition finally getting off the ground after being held to ransom by the National Sports Council lighting situation, most of the teams have completed the first full round of games and will continue to jostle for the best positions when 2019 opens.
In Zone 1, Whitehall Titans will be going into Christmas at the top of the standings with 15 points. With all teams in this group having played seven games, Whitehall have racked up four wins and three draws to be the only unbeaten team the group. Currently in second place is Silver Sands FC with 11 points from three wins, two draws and two losses.
Haynesville and Deacons are in third and fourth respectively with 10 points each. With both teams on three wins, one draw and three losses, they are separated by goal-difference. Haynesville have two goals for while Deacons are on -5.
Ivy Rovers are fifth with six points from two wins and five losses while Rendezvous no points after losing all of their games thus far.
Wotton Football Club (15) lead unbeaten in Zone 2 with four wins and three draws in seven games. Potential Ballers are in second place with 15 points as well but they have taken eight games to get there with four wins, three draws and a loss.
Former Premier League side Pride of Gall Hill have 12 points to show for their eight games as they have taken three wins and three draws with two losses rounding out their tally. They are followed by constantly-improving Central League Spartans, who are up to 10 points. The Spartans have and even split of three wins and three losses along with a draw.
Blackspurs have a chance to change their current standing as they have only played six games. They have copped two wins, three draws and a loss for nine points. Bagatelle and the Barbados Defence Force round out the zone with seven points each in sixth and seventh place. Both teams have played seven games and have two wins, one draw and four losses and have a goal-difference of -6.
Similar to the Barbados Premier League which kicks back up in the new year and action resumes on January 2nd.