Sport

'Jago', XLCR maul opponents in schoolgirl football league

Ruddy Allen

Thursday, February 20, 2014    

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St Jago High crushed Cumberland High 12-0 and Excelsior High were also in a merciless mood when they demolished Immaculate Conception 11-0 in the 2014 ISSA schoolgirls football competition on Tuesday.

Playing away, Georgia Bailey netted eight times while there were two goals each for Mousier McLaughin and Sydoney Clarke in St Jago's impressive victory.

The other Zone G match between Camperdown High and St Mary's College was not played because the latter withdrew from the competition.

Meanwhile in Zone F, Nicole Broderick scored five goals, Jamiela Henry (four) and Tatiana Pitter and Shanice McDonald with a goal each made sure that Excelsior had a comfortable victory.

In other Zone F games, Campion College drew 3-3 at home with Bridgeport High -- with hat-tricks from Campion's Tahirah Williams and Bridgeport's Shanique Bedward. In a more conservative result, Jonathan Grant High defeated Tivoli High 1-0, courtesy of a Donneka Bailey strike.

Elsewhere in Zone A, goals from Sashanel Smalling and Shaquillia Osbourne helped Muschett High defeat Westwood High 2-0 at home, while Spot Valley High beat Montego Bay High 1-0 at home courtesy of a Jordanne Maxwell's goal.

The match between St James High and Rusea's High was postponed.

Over in Zone E, Ardenne High had a 3-2 victory over Innswood High at home,Wolmer's Girls defeated Spanish Town 3-0, and Edith Dalton High had a comfortable 5-0 victory over home team Tarrant High.

Today's Games

ZONE A

Muschett vs Spot Valley

Rusea's vs Montego bay

Westwood vs St James

ZONE E

Edith Dalton vs Wolmer's

Inswood vs Tarrant

Ardenne vs Spanish Town

ZONE F

Tivoli vs Campion

Excelsior vs Bridgeport

Jonathan Grant vs Immaculate

ZONE G

St Mary's College vs Cumberland

St Jago vs Penwood

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