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Wolmer’s Boys knock STGC out of Walker Cup contention
2012-10-19 17:25:36 | (0 Comments)
A new Walker Cup Knockout champion will be crowned this season after St George’s College were thrown out of contention this afternoon.
The North Street-based defending champions were beaten 2-1 by pre-season favourites Wolmer’s Boys in their quarter-final clash.
The game was played at the Constant Spring field.
Wolmer’s Boys scored two goals in three minutes after St George’s College had taken a 28th-minute lead through Carlo Benbow.
Jaheel Hyde equalised for Wolmer’s Boys in the 50th minute and Jason Wright scored the winning goal in the 53rd minute.
As a result of the victory, Wolmer’s Boys have earned a semi-final date with last year’s beaten finalist Kingston College next Tuesday.
Kingston College got into the semi-final following a 1-nil victory over Charlie Smith in an earlier game at the venue.
Dorvil Jackson scored the lone goal in the 81st minute.
The other quarter-finals games will take place tomorrow, also at the Constant Spring field.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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