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Daniel Town make winning start to Trelawny Major League

Sunday, February 18, 2018

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DANIEL TOWN, Trelawny — Daniel Town made a winning start to the Trelawny Football Association Grandeur Transport Services/Monymusk Rums Major League on Wednesday by blanking Coopers Pen 2-0 in their Zone Two game at Daniel Town.

Daniel Town played the final 15 minutes of the game with 10 men after Charlton Brown was sent off in the 75th minute after he picked up a second yellow card.

Ceaundre Rowe in the 29th minute and Ronaldo Harris in the 67th minute scored for Daniel Town, who jumped into second place in the points table behind Duanvale FC, who are on four points from two games.

On Tuesday, Falmouth United and Kinloss FC played out a 1-1 draw in Zone One after both won their opening games by wide margins.

Maurice McBean gave Kinloss FC the lead in the 48th minute before Ricardo James levelled for Falmouth United in the 64th minute as the teams shared the points.

Falmouth United, who changed their name from Baca Star United this season, had beaten Friendship FC 5-0 on Saturday, while Kinloss FC upended Salt Marsh United 4-0 on Sunday.

Also on Tuesday, Granville FC and Duanvale FC played out a 2-2 draw in Zone Two.

Kenroy Brown put Duanvale FC into the lead in the 18th minute, but an own goal in the 38th minute levelled the scores and Carlington Williams then gave Granville FC the lead in the 63rd minute.

Andre Coleman, however, scored in the 66th minute for Duanvale FC to share the points.

— Paul Reid

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