Defending champion Guyana Defence Force (GDF), took the top spot of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Elite League standings, downing Victoria Kings by a 2-0 score line, Sunday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.
Delroy Ferdinand and Carlos Adams ensured the army unit remained unbeaten compliments of goals in the 31st and 90th+1 minute respectively.
With the win, GDF now has 13 points while Western Tigers has been relegated to the second position on goal difference.
Victoria Kings remain on 12 points but now occupy fourth place.
Meanwhile, New Amsterdam (NA) United secured their first win and points of the event, edging Linden unit Milerock 2-1. Jeremy Samuels and Jamaul Butts scored in the 59th and 65th minute apiece.
For the loser, Colric Beckles netted in the 79th minute. Due to the outcome, NA United move onto three points and remain in the ninth position, while the loser linger in eighth place on three points.
The tournament continues on Friday at the same venue with another doubleheader.
Western Tigers lock horns with New Amsterdam (NA) United from 17:30hrs, while the feature clash pits Milerock FC against Fruta Conquerors at 19:30hrs.