St James High seek fourth win in ISSA U-14 football
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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Zone A leaders St James High will go after a fourth-straight win today when they take on Cornwall College in their Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association rural area Under-14 football game at Cornwall College. Kick-off is set for 2:30 pm.

St James High have won all three games so far and lead Zone A with maximum nine points. They are four points ahead of Cornwall College, who slipped to fourth place after playing out a 0-0 finish with Maldon High on Friday.

Also on Friday, St James edged Green Pond High 3-2, the first goals they were conceding this season.

Maldon, who had their perfect winning start cut when they drew with Cornwall, are in second place. Maldon are to face winless Anchovy High.

Third-placed Green Pond, on six points, will take on Irwin High, while Holland High and Herbert Morrison are set to meet at Holland.

— Paul A Reid

Paul Reid

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