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JC still unbeaten, Hydel regain group lead

Manniing Cup

Yakum Fitz-Henley

Tuesday, October 09, 2012    

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Group A

Excelsior lead Group A on goal difference after Norman Manley held them to 0-0 at home. This after Norman Manley clipped Penwood 2-1 to join them on points at the top. Campion are still winless and on one point after they were blanked 2-0 by Greater Portmore, who hold third place in the group.

Group B

Jamaica College are still yet to drop a point as National Under-17 team captain Junior Flemmings fired a brace to down Camperdown 3-0 and Okeeno Bailey netted a hat-trick in a 4-1 rout of Waterford. Waterford are third, behind Camperdown who drew 0-0 with St Jago. St Jago are fourth on four points with point-less Mona bottom.

Group C

St George's slipped to second in the group on goal difference after they drubbed Denham Town 6-0, including a Zhelano Barnes hat-trick, but then drew 1-1 with Dunoon Technical. Hydel were even more impressive, blanking Dunoon 2-0 and thrashing Cumberland 5-0. Denham Town maintain third in the group after a 5-0 rout of Clan Carthy High.

Group D

Calabar scored a late stoppage time goal to beat nip Bridgeport 2-1 and surge to top of the Group after their earlier 3-0 win over St Mary's College. Innswood also won twice this week over St Mary and Tivoli, but are behind Bridgeport who are in second.

Group E

Spanish Town High earned a vital 2-0 win over Ascot High to maintain first place and the sure Walker Cup berth with Holy Trinity nipping at their heels in second. Holy Trinity beat Trench Town 3-1 to remain second while St Catherine are third after being clipped 1-0 by Jonathon Grant High.

Group F

Jose Marti are second behind Wolmer's Boys after a 2-0 weekend win over Kingston Technical after they beat Oberlin 5-4 in a midweek thriller. Wolmer's continued to be lethal during the week, beating Donald Quarrie High 1-0, but they finally dropped points, drawing 0-0 with St Andrew College. Donald Quarrie are still hopeful of progressing to the second round, however, after they beat Oberlin 1-0 on the weekend.

Group G

Charlie Smith still lead the group after beating Meadowbrook 6-1 with KC still in second despite their match against Pembroke Hall being rained out. St Andrew Technical High School are third after dispatching Ardenne 1-0.

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