Falmouth, Duanvale for Trelawny Major League mid-season final

Observer writer

Thursday, March 22, 2018

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Falmouth United and Duanvale FC both scored contrasting wins on Sunday to set up a meeting in the mid-season final of the Trelawny Football Association Grandeur Transportation Services/Monymusk Rum Major League.

Falmouth United edged Holland United 1-0 at Elleston Wakeland Centre to top Zone One with 13 points, while Duanvale FC blanked Daniel Town 4-0 at Daniel Town to also improve to 13 points in Zone Two at the end of the first round.

The mid-season final will be played on Saturday at Elleston Wakeland Centre.

Also on Sunday, Coopers Pen FC beat 10-man Spicy Hill SC 2-0 and moved into third place in Zone Two.

Shannary Brown and Akeem Williams scored within six minutes of each other in the second half to lead Coopers Pen FC to back-to-back wins, scoring nine goals in the process.

Spicy Hill played the final 30 minutes of the game with 10 players after Okeemo Thompson was given a second yellow card in the 60th minute and was ejected.

At Elleston Wakeland Centre, Charles Grant scored his fourth goal of the season, netting in the 33rd minute as Falmouth United got the better of second-placed Holland United.

Falmouth United ended the first round six points ahead of Holland United and Rio Bueno FC, both tied on seven points, one more than Kinloss FC.

All four of Duanvale FC's goals came in a 30-minute period in the second half as they blitzed Daniel Town.

Romaine Osbourne opened the scoring in the 51st minute, Andre Coleman added a second in the 59th, Franklyn Montique made it 3-0 in the 65th minute, before Kenroy Brown scored the fourth in the 81st minute.

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