KC drub rivals Calabar 5-1 in Manning Cup opener
Kingston College players celebrate a 5-1 victory over rivals Calabar High at the ISSA/DIgicel Manning Cup opener at Sabina Park on Saturday.

KINGSTON, Jamaica -Defending ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup champions Kingston College defeated Calabar 5-1 in their group A opener at Sabina Park on Saturday.

The opening goal was scored by Dujuan Richards with a left-footed curler from the right wing in the 27th minute.

Richards got his second in the 57th minute with a left-footed volley after a cross from Darnel Edwards.

The third goal for the champions was scored shortly after in the 60th minute by Ashanie Kennedy after a well-worked counter-attack.

Second -half substitute Nashardo Gibbs increased Kingston College's tally to four in the 77th minute after another well-worked goal.

Calabar's Omar Walker got a consolation in the 80th minute with a left-footed shot.

However, Gibbs finished off their rivals with his second goal after a mistake by Calabar's goalkeeper Xavier Codling.

Diwani Masters

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