Sandals International U20 football continues in St James today

Saturday, July 21, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The St James Football Association/Sandals International Under-20 competition continues today with a double-header at the UDC Field, with four teams making their debut.

Kingate FC and Height FC will meet in the first game set to start at 2:00 pm, followed by Rosemount FC vs MBU at 4:00 pm.

Two competitions, the Under 17 and Under-20, got under way earlier this week, with wins for Green Pond and Bogue in the Under-17 and West Green and Maldon in the Under-20.

Jordan Brown and Kharim Daley scored for Green Pond in their 2-1 win over West Green FC, while Sanjay Hutchinson scored a double for Bogue FC as they came from two goals down to outscore Granville FC 3-2.

In the Under-20 West Green beat Norwood FC 2-0 and Maldon had the same score line over Compre.

— Paul Reid

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