Discipline United seek lead in St James FA Div One


Discipline United seek lead in St James FA Div One

Thursday, March 14, 2019

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Fresh from their big win over Belmont FC, Discipline United will be seeking to take over the lead in the points tables of the St James Football Association Sandals Resorts International Division One, when they take on Paradise FC at the UDC field tomorrow, starting at 3:30pm.

Discipline United beat Belmont FC 4-0 on Friday to improve to five points, tied with Sam Sharpe. Both teams are two points behind leaders Club Ville.

Also tomorrow, Sam Sharpe will host last- placed Bickersteth FC at the Granville Community Centre.

Khyan Hyatt scored a double on Friday to lead Discipline United to their first win of the season, netting in the 18th and 24th minutes, while Jerome Watson in the 36th minute and Oniel Stephen in the 78th minute, added the other goals.

Club Ville came from an early goal down to hand high-flying Norwood their first loss.

Keniel Woodstock gave Norwood the lead after just six minutes, but Delroy Clarke brought Club Ville back level in the 20th minute.

Rashford Warren gave Club Ville the lead in the 65th minute, while Dexter Smith sealed the issue in the 80th minute.

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