Corinaldi Ave, Barracks Rd complete U13 semis
Barracks Road Primary's Shavar Blake (second right) gets past Montego Bay Prep's Nathan Daley in Wednesday's St James FA VM Foundation Uplift Under 13 quarterfinal game played at Wespow Park. Barracks Road Primary won the game 4-2 to advance to next week's semi-finals At left is Montego Bay Prep's Ayden Wright. (Photo: Paul Reid)

ST JAMES, Jamaica - Corinaldi Avenue Primary and Barracks Road Primary completed the semi-finals of the St James Football Association Victoria Mutual Foundation Uplift Under- 13 on Wednesday after quarterfinal wins over Catherine Hall Primary and Montego Bay Prep respectively at Wespow Park.

Corinaldi Avenue beat Catherine Hall Primary 3-1, and while aided by two own goals, Barracks Road Primary came from a goal down to beat Montego Bay Prep 4-2 and the winners will join the other quarter-final winners Green Pond Primary and Flankers Primary in the semi-finals set for June 6, also at Wespow Park.

Shevaun Brown scored a double for Corinaldi Avenue, both coming in the first six minutes of the game as the two- time champions who last won in 1994, got off to a fast start.

Jayden Smith then added a third in the 59th minute to complete the win.

Semifinals :

June 6, 2023

10:00 am -Green Pond vs Corinaldi @ Wespow Park

11:30 am -Barracks Rd vs Flankers@ Wespow Park

Paul Reid

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