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Salt Marsh, Exidos clash in Trelawny KO

Paul A Reid

Thursday, November 08, 2012    

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DAVIS PEN, St James - SALT Marsh United and Exidos So Fresh will meet at Davis Pen playingfield this afternoon as the second round of the Trelawny Football Association’s Patrick Atkinson Knock Out gets under way.

The draw for the second round was made on Monday following Sunday’s end of the first round and will see another four games being played Saturday and Sunday.

In Saturday’s games, Duanvale and Harmony will meet at Duanvale while Jackson Town will host Clarks Town in another game.

Former premier league outfit Village United and Holland will meet at Elliston Wakeland on Sunday while All-Stars and Kinloss will meet at Wakefield.



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