Reggae Youths hunt second-straight win in Sandals Major League

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Reggae Youths hunt second-straight win in Sandals Major League

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Former champions Reggae Youths will go in search of back-to-back wins in the St James Football Association Sandals Resorts International Major League when they take on Cambridge FC in their Zone One game at UDC field today at 3:00 pm.

Reggae Youths, who were demoted from the Western Confederation Super League last season, won their first game 3-1 and are tied for second with two other teams, behind leaders Granville FC, while Cambridge FC are still seeking their first win after being held for a draw in their first game.

One of the teams on three points is Montego Bay Boys Club who earned their first win, beating Irwin FC 3-0 at UDC field on Monday.

Oshane Powell scored a second-half double to power Montego Bay Boys Club to their first win after they were beaten by Reggae Youths in their opening game a week earlier.

Glenroy Williams gave Montego Bay Boys Club the lead after 19 minutes but they had to wait until the 64th minute when Powell got his first, then added a second in time added on.

— Paul Reid


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