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Coopers Pen, Kinloss FC seek semi-finals berth in TFA Major League

Thursday, May 16, 2019

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KINLOSS, Trelawny —The first semi-finalists in the Trelawny Football Association Major League will be known this weekend when the second round of the quarter-finals are played on Saturday and Sunday.

Coopers Pen FC and Kinloss FC, winners last week, will meet in a big Group 1 game that will see the winner advance to the semi-finals, while a second win for Duanvale FC in Group 2 would also see them take their place in the last four.

On Saturday, Kinloss FC will host Coopers Pen in one game, while Wait-A-Bit PYC and Rio Bueno FC will meet at Ulster Spring.

The following day, Duanvale FC will host Jackson Town FC in one game, while Holland United and Duncans United will face-off at William Knibb Memorial High.

Coopers Pen sent a big signal in last weekend's first set of games in the quarter-finals, when they beat Wait-A-Bit PYC 3-1 in their Group 1 game.

Kinloss FC joined Coopers Pen at the top of Group 1 after coming from behind to beat Rio Bueno FC, while Duanvale FC are the leaders in Group 2 after their 2-0 win over Duncans United.

The Jackson Town vs Holland United game set for William Knibb Memorial was not played due to a water-logged field and will be rescheduled.

— Paul Reid


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