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FOOTBALL: Five matches slated for daCosta Cup today
2013-09-10 08:48:59 | (0 Comments)
Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer
The second set of matches in the 2013 ISSA/LIME daCosta Cup football competition will take place today across two Zones.
There will be five matches including an interesting clash between Zone I rivals Cedric Titus High and Brownís Town.
The zone also features York Castle against Marcus Garvey High and Ocho Rios against Steer Town High.
The two other matches are from Zone N. Those other match-ups are Foga Road entertaining Central High and Old Harbour High hosting Kemps Hill.
The urban-area Manning Cup also continues today.
There will be seven matches across two groups.
Kingston College will begin their campaign again Eltham High in one of four games in Group D.
Also in the group, Donald Quarrie and Vauxhall will face off, Charlie Smith will play Oberlin, while Spanish Town will tackle Penwood.
Three matches are on in Group A.
Those matches are St Catherine against Denham Town, Kingston Technical against Wolmer's and Papine against Clan Carthy.
All games are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m.
Last yearís semi-finalist Excelsior scored a comfortable 2-0 home victory over Waterford High to secure a perfect star to their Manning Cup campaign yesterday.
Excelsior coach Leeward Halliman was not happy with the teamís performance.
However, he welcomes the three points.
Despite the defeat, Waterford coach Jermaine Thomas thinks his team played well.
In other matches yesterday, Jamaica College opened their season with a big 5-0 victory over Tivoli, Calabar scored a 1-0 victory over Jonathan Grant, while Bridgeport edged St Andrew College 2-1.
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