Trelawny FA mid-season final on today

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer

Saturday, April 05, 2014    

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Promoted Salt Marsh United will seek to prove they belong in the Trelawny Football Association Monymusk Overproof White Rum Major League today when they take on last season's semi-finalists Prospect Links in the mid-season showdown at Elliston Wakeland Centre starting at 3:00 pm.

The teams topped their respective zones after the first two rounds of the competition and will seek bragging rights going into the cross zone competition that starts next week.

Salt Marsh United, who earned promotion at the end of last season, topped Zone One with 18 points, four better than Harmony FC, while Prospect Links just finished ahead of Kinloss FC in Zone Two on 23 points to 22.

Today, Salt Marsh's attack should be led by former national Under-17 midfielder Ramon Brown, who has scored six goals so far, while Ricardo Scott, who has scored five times, should lead Prospect Links attack.

Before the Major League play-off, Upsetters FC, a semi-finalist last season, meet Fire FC in the Division One mid-season decider.

Upsetters FC topped Zone One with 16 points, five clear of second-placed Jackson Town, while Fire FC finished their Zone Two schedule with 14 points, two ahead of Baca Star.





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