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XLCR clobber Campion 16-0 in schoolgirl football

Sherdon Cowan

Saturday, March 15, 2014    

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The Excelsior train continues to roll on in the ISSA/KFC/Locker-room Sports Schoolgirl Football competition when they clobbered Campion College 16-0 in Zone F return-leg action on Thursday.

The Mountain View-based school dominated their lesser opponents who continue to labour in the zone and are rooted at the bottom of the table. Jonathan Grant came out 4-2 victors over Bridgeport High, while Tivoli High got by Immaculate Conception 3-0 in other Zone F action.

Wolmer's Girls won their battle against Innswood High 1-0, Ardenne High were 2-0 victors over Tarrant High and Spanish Town High recorded a 3-1 win over Edith Dalton James High in Zone E.

Old Harbour High scored a 6-0 win over Tacius Golding in Zone D, Camperdown High defeated Cumberland High 5-1 in Zone G, while Lacovia High brushed aside DeCarteret College 4-0 in Zone B fixture.

Zone A saw Rusea's High getting the better of Spot Valley High 1-0 and Montego Bay High edging Westwood High 2-1. Lennon High eased past Mile Gully High 4-1 in Zone C, while Fair Prospect High blanked Paul Bogle High 5-0 in the recently added Zone H.

With only two schools drawn in Zone H, Fair Prospect High as the zone winners will duel against the next best third-placed side of the first round for a spot in the second round.

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