KC maul Ardenne 11-0

Saturday, September 22, 2018

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Kingston College (KC) trounced Ardenne High 11-0 and secured their fourth-consecutive win in Group B of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Digicel Manning Cup yesterday at the Stadium East field.

Oneeko Allen and Ronaldo Robinson grabbed three-timers while Dwayne Atkinson notched a brace. Allen netted in the 13th, 31st and 57th minutes, taking his tally to eight goals from four games, while Robinson scored in the 16th, 21st and 33rd minutes. Atkinson, who started with Trayvone Reid out, scored in the 23rd and 24th minutes.

Nathan Thomas registered his first goal for KC, converting a 39th-minute penalty as KC led 8-0 at the half. Substitute Cody Smith netted in the 66th minute and Renato Campbell curled a sumptuous free kick in the 89th minute and completed the rout.

It was KC's fourth win and they consolidated top spot in Group B with maximum 12 points. They have now scored 28 goals from four games, averaging seven goals a match. They are yet to concede a goal.

Ardenne High, who barely came out of their half, was suffering their third loss and remain at the bottom of the group pointless from three games.

Mona stayed in touched with leaders KC following their 2-0 win over Dunoon Technical to be on 12 points, but second on goal difference. Dunoon are fourth with three points.

At the Alpha Institute, Calabar returned to winning ways, edging Clan Carthy High 1-0 and moved to six points in third spot. Clan Carthy are fifth, pointless.

Meanwhile, defending champions Jamaica College whipped Campion College 3-0 and remained in second spot in Group G on goal difference with 10 points, the same as Hydel High, who defeated Kingston High 6-0.

In Group A, St George's College gained sole leadership with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Papine High and moved to 12 points, two ahead of St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS), who slipped to second spot on 10 points following their 1-1 draw with Cumberland High, who are third with five points. Papine remained in fourth spot on three points.

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