It looks like the 2015 Honors Trophy is now a 2 team race after Gold Coast FC defeated Cumberland Athletic 7-5 in a match worthy of being listed as the "Game of the Week". The Suns jumped out to an early 2-0 lead when Finlay and Clark posted a couple quick scores. Then Robbie Keane showed his class with a trio of goals to give the Wildmary's a 3-2 lead. The Suns fought back with to regain the lead including a pair of scores from Dax McCarty. Then BSL MVP candidate, Benny Feilhaber sealed the deal with another brace giving Gold Coast a little breathing room even after Attinella would post a last score for Cumberland. With the result, the Suns remain 3 points clear for first place over 2nd place Capital District, while the Wildmarys are now 7 points out of first place with only 3 matches remaining. The Honors seems unlikely now but, Cumberland is 5 points up for a playoff seed in the clubs inaugural season.