Photo: "Four fingers up" - Jourdaine Fletcher shows four fingers to the fans after he netted his team's 4th goal and his third in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup semi final match against Clarendon College on Saturday at Sabina Park. Cornwall College beat Clarendon College 4-2 to advance to the final against Wolmers Boys next Satuday
A sublime hat-trick from Jourdaine Fletcher inspired Cornwall College to a 4-2 win over Clarendon College, and a first ever appearance in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup final by a DaCosta Cup team, on Saturday evening at Sabina Park.
Photo: Clarendon College captain Creggton Charlton scored the winniner for his team as they downed former ISSA/FLOW Super Cup champions 1-0 at Sabina Park on Saturday. Charlton scored in the 50th minute to seal victory for his team who were making it to the second round for the first time in three attempts.
Photo: MIguel Coley (left) coach of Jamaica College and Ludlow Bernard coach of Kingston College will look to guide their respective teams to the next round of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup with victories in their opening games today at Sabina Park. Jamaica College will face Clarendon College at 5:00pm and Kingston College will face Vere Technical at 7:00pm.
The DaCosta Cup competition, the symbol of supremacy in Rural Area schoolboy football, will crown a new Champion for 2015, as defending champion Clarendon College was sent crashing out of the competition at the quarterfinals stage on Wednesday. The Paul Tegat Davis unit needed to win and pray that their fellow parish rival Glenmuir took care of Dinthill Technical.
While Segel Knight and his team tried desperately to breakdown the Ruseans defence at, Juici Park, Jack Walters troops were being schooled by Dinthill over at Wembley Community Centre.
A round down of the ISSA/FLOW DaCosta Cup quarterfInals shows that already, some of the favoured teams are being made to play catch up. It came as a suprise to many after teams that emerged top of their groups in the preliminary matches and earned spots in the coveted Super League, were left on the losing end, following last Wednesday's games.
File photo: Gregory Messam Jr scored a brace in the St. Georges College 5-0 romp over Petersfield in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup on Saturday.
Clarendon College came from behind to edge Hydel 2-1 in extra time, Wolmer’s beat Port Antonio 3-1, while St. Georges college blanked Petersfield 5-0 at Sabina Park, all on the first day of the second exciting season of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup football competition.
Most of the top ranked Dacosta Cup 'DCup' teams have been having an almost perfect start to the season in their respective groups and continues to flex their championship muscles with some convincing victories. Among the impressive campaigners are surprise group E leader Lacovia High school who is 10 points from four starts. Former DCup champion St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), currently sits in fourth base on goal difference, on 5 points from four games. B.B.