UDC, Creative Building to contest Business House 5-a-side KO final


UDC, Creative Building to contest Business House 5-a-side KO final

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

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Defending champions Urban Development Corporation (UDC) and first-time finalists Creative Building Finishes will contest the final of 2019 Cable Pro Data Services-sponsored Business House Five-A-Side Football knock-out (KO) competition today at the NWC playing field, Mona, starting at 7:00 pm.

The Fabian Taylor-coached UDC will start favourites to retain their KO title, and the former Reggae Boy will look to goalkeeper David Jemison, as well as Richard Anderson, Andrew Campbell, Shevon Richards, Kwame Richardson, Leon Brown, Rushane Facey, and Obrian Mahon to lead the side home.

UDC defeated First Venture 2-1, BL Williams 2-1 , Jamaica Pegasus 1-0, and former champions Spanish Grain Store 4-2 on their way to the final.

The Devon Wilson-coached Creative Building Finishes are a fighting team and will play until the final whistle. He will look to Carl Foster, along with Dayne Mallet, Corey Powell, Cory Francis, Cawayne Taylor, Odean Campbell, Kemoy Telfer, and Rojay Chambers to upset the more fancied UDC and gain their first KO title.

They got to the final by defeating NWA 3-0, Pepsi Jamaica 5-1, NWC 2-1 in penalty shoot-out, Sangsters Bookstore 2-0, and Fontana Pharmacy 2-1 in an exciting semi-final match, coming from a goal down.

The semi-finals in the league competition for both divisions will be played next Monday with Mckay Security playing National Water Commission at 7:00 pm in Division Two, and at 8:00 pm former champions Seprod Group will play Spanish Grain Store in Division One action.

Next Tuesday, Administrator General Department will play Kingston Freeport Terminal Limited at 7:00 pm in Division Two, and at 8:00 pm former champions Jamaica Broilers and UDC will clash. Both finals will be played on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the same venue.

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