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Jamaica College’s (JC) Tarick Ximines heads the ball upfield during a Group ‘A’ match of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup against Charlie Smith High at the Ashenheim Stadium at JC on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021. (PHOTOS: Marlon Reid).
Defending champions Jamaica College (JC) kept their season alive with a comprehensive 2-0 win over Charlie Smith High on matchday six of the 2021-22 ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup football competition on Saturday.
The game was the second of a Group ‘A’ doubleheader at the Ashenheim Stadium at JC.
Goals by Giovanni Mittoo and a penalty by captain Duncan McKenzie gave JC their first win from three games. They hold won fifth place in the seven-team group on four points.
Charlie Smith High, which entered the day atop the group, remained on six points and dropped to third place.
Kingston Technical High School (KTHS) and St George’s College secured victories on the day to join Charlie Smith High on six points.
KTHS carved out a 5-0 victory over Kingston High in the first game at the Ashenheim Stadium to jump to the top of the group courtesy of goal difference.
Marjuan Aldridge scored twice for KTHS with further goals coming from Beeko Smythe, Quewayne Hudson, and Mario Mattis.
St George’s College edged Bridgeport High 1-0 at Prison Oval in Spanish Town to hold down second place. Brian Burkett scored the all-important goal.
Group AKingston High 0 Kingston Technical 5JC 2 Charlie Smith 0Bridgeport 0 St Georges College 1
Group BGodfrey Stewart 1 Frome 3Green Island High 2 Green Pond High 1Rusea’s 2 Mannings School 2
Group CLacovia 1 B.B. Coke 2Munro 2 STETHS 1
Group DBellefield High 1 Christiana High 1Belair High 2 Alston High 0Manchester High 7 deCarteret College 0
Group FOld Harbour High 0 Vere Technical High 1Foga Road High 1 Central High 0
Group HSt Mary High 0 Ocho Rios High 6Dinthill Technical 4 McGrath High 0
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