Dacosta Cup Roundup- November 16

By November 17, 2021

Group A

In Group A action, Holland High secured a 1-0 win over Maldon at Irwin High as action continued in the ISSA Dacosta Cup on November 16th. In the 3:30 kick-off at Irwin, Herbert Morrison clipped the hosts 1-0. Other action in the group saw St. James High and Spot Valley play out a 1-1 draw at William Knibb in the 1:15 game while in the 3:30 game at the same venue, William Knibb secured a 4-3 win over Cornwall College.

Group C

The lone Group C encounter of the day saw Lacovia secure a comfortable 4-1 victory over competition newcomers Mt. St. Joseph.

Group E

Group E action saw Edwin Allen, propelled by hat tricks from Jaheim Harris and Richard Henry and a double from Ackeem Mullings, score a mammoth 11-0 win over Claude McKay in the 1:15 kick-off at Turners Field. The 3:30 game at Turners Field saw defending champions, Clarendon College, held to a goalless draw by Lennon High. In the 3:30 kick-off at Glenmuir High, the hosts secured a 4-1 win over Denbigh.

Group G

A 68th-minute strike from Devontie Buckley allowed Port Antonio High to clip Seaforth 1-0 in a 3:30 game at Lynch Park. In the other Group G encounter on the day, St. Thomas Technical defeated Paul Bogle High 1-0.

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