St. George's College tackle Innswood in top of the table clash in Manning Cup

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Photo: Gregory Messam Jr will need to find his goal scoring boots today to help St. Georges College to a much needed 3 points against Group C leaders Innswood at Winchester Park at 3:30pm today.

St. George’s College face a must win situation against Innswood High when they host the shock Group C leaders in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition today at Winchester Park starting at 3:30pm.

Innswood who defeated the North Street based school 2-1 in their first leg at home will now travel to North Street for a key encounter that may just determine the eventual winners of the group.

Innwoods are on 15 points, 3 ahead of St. George’s College and a win for today would go a far way in securing group honours and a spot in the coveted FLOW Super Cup.

However, should St. George’s College win today they will sit atop of the table on 15 points with a massive goal difference of +19 ahead of Innswood also on 15 points with a goal difference of +8.

A draw would mean Innswoods still stay in control ahead of St. George’s College, who must be eyeing nothing but three points today at home, while Innswood need to be very focused again in order to come away with a good result.

The Neville Bell coach team will need the likes of Captain Chevon Stewart, Alex Marshall and striker Gregory Messam Jr to be at their best if they are to secure three points.

Inwoods who is coached by Anthony Thompson, will need to be disciplined again in defence , with Dujoun Powell and Shawn Beckford expected to lead the Spanish Town based school upfront.