Holland, Harmony clash for semi-final spot

MARTHA BRAE, Trelawny — The first finalists in the Trelawny Football Association MP Tova Hamilton Knockout will be known today when Holland United take on Harmony FC in the first semi-final at William Knibb Memorial in Martha Brae, set to start at 3:00 pm.

The second semi-final is set for Sunday, at the same venue, with Jackson Town and Duncans United meeting to decide who will encounter the winner of Saturday's game in the final set for January 28th.

The winners of this competition will advance to the play-offs for the Jamaica Football Federation Tier II competition set to start later this year.

Holland United booked their place in the semi-finals after beating Salt Marsh United 2-0 with two goals from Cristojay Daley, and were awarded a win over Falmouth United in the quarter-finals.

Falmouth United are already in the Tier II competition, making it to the semi-finals last season.

Harmony FC beat Kinloss 2-1 in their game as Romaine Lewis scored twice, in the 27th and 56th minutes, with Kevaughn Campbell pulling a goal back for Kinloss FC in the 74th minute.

Jackson Town FC knocked out holders Coopers Pen 5-4 on penalties after they finished 0-0 in regulation time while Duncans United got by Duanvale FC 2-1 in their quarterfinal game thanks to goals from Oshane Plummer in the fourth and Eion Anderson in the 35th minute while Kenroy Brown scored for Duanvale FC in the 47th minute.

— Paul Reid

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