Harmony, Duncans to clash in TFA KO final

MARTHA BRAE, Trelawny — HARMONY FC and Duncans United will meet in the final of the Trelawny Football Association MP Tova Hamilton-sponsored Knockout competition at William Knibb Memorial on Saturday, starting at 3:00 pm.

Harmony FC and Duncans United qualified for the final and a place in the Jamaica Football Federation Tier II play-off after wins in the semi-finals last weekend.

Harmony beat Holland United 4-3 on penalty kicks after they were locked at 1-1 following regulation time on Saturday, while Duncans United beat Jackson Town 3-0 a day after. Both games were played at William Knibb.

On Saturday, Jaymar Skyers gave Holland United the lead after nine minutes but Romaine Lewis equalised for Harmony FC in the 57th minute and after neither team was able to break the tie, the game was decided on penalty kicks.

A day later Oshane Plummer scored twice for Duncans United to beat Jackson Town, scoring in the 35th and 57th minutes, while Gerald Underhill scored the other goal in the 47th minute.

— Paul Reid

Paul Reid

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