Cavaly Continue to Play Well, Baltimore SC Needs More Patience Even though no players from their club were selected for the country's national team (for the CFU Digicel Caribbean Cup), Cavaly remains 1 of the more dangerous clubs in the league and a team to watch out for. Fritz Gérald Alliance, Cavaly Currently at 5th place, The Léoganais had a match with Baltimore SC, who were playing without captain Peter Germain and Alain Vuibert due to the CFU Digicel Caribbean Cup, at Parc Gerard Christophe. Baltimore SC's Pierre-Roland St Jean got his club the lead very early with a goal in the 5th minute of the game. Cavaly de Léogane, team pic at Parc Gerrard Christophe Though they were down early, Cavaly were not out as they continued to control the game and create more scoring chances than their opponents. Their patience finally paid off with a game-tying goal in the 80th minute from Fritz Gérald Alliance. The Léoganais threatened to take all 3 points and move closer to Don Bosco at the top of the league but squandered their opportunities in a 1:1 draw. Frantz Gilles, Cavaly With the draw, Cavaly remain in 5th place in a tough and very equally challenging league top 5. Meanwhile, Baltimore SC still remain winless this season and are still at the bottom of the league, hopefully their patience will pay off soon.