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Big wins for Appleton, Black Star in St Elizabeth Wray & Nephew Major League

Thursday, January 16, 2014    

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Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth — Appleton Estates FC and Black Star FC scored the biggest wins in Round Three of the St Elizabeth Wray and Nephew Major League.

Dwayne Plummer scored twice in 76th and 79th minutes, while Marlon Fletcher, Miguel Barnaby, Andre Mitchell Nickoy Smith in 31st, 43rd, 75th and 81st minutes also found the net in Appleton's 6-0 win over Young Brazil.

Julian Nugget also scored twice as Black Star beat Middle Quarters PYC 4-0. Ricardo Reid and Kareem Lewis in the 28th and 71st minutes were the other goal scorers.

In other games, Super Action YC beat Round Hill United 3-1. Romario Smith, Chris-Andrew Dixon and Javian Mitchell scored for Super Action in the 20th, 50th, and 69th minutes.

Goal scorer for Round Hill United was Marlon Miller in the ninth minute.

Newell United beat Mountainside 3-1. Scoring for Newell United were Onique Salmon, Lyngarley Vassell and DeloJay Linton on 12th, 75th and 86th minutes.

Goal scorer for Mountainside FC was Kevaughn Blackwood on 19th minute.

Damion Mckoy scored in the 85th minute as Tafari Lion stopped Holland PYC 1-0.

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