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Trelawny Under-18 football semis kick off in Falmouth on Sunday

BY PAUL A REID
Observer West writer

Thursday, July 19, 2018

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny —

Three teams take perfect win records into this Sunday's semi-finals of the Trelawny Football Association's Under-18 competition at the Elleston Wakeland Centre in Falmouth.

Rio Bueno FC, the winners of Zone 1; Holland United, the Zone 2 winners, and Harmony FC in Zone 4, won all their first-round games, while Zone 2 winners Clark's Town dropped just two points as they won two and drew one.

Holland United meet Clark's Town in the first game, while Harmony FC and Rio Bueno FC both seek to maintain their perfect win records.

Harmony FC secured their place in the semi-finals after edging Friendship FC 1-0 last weekend with Rasheed Miller scoring the only goal of the game in the 12th minute.

In another game, Coopers Pen blanked Daniel Town 4-0 in a game that saw five red cards being issued.

Jerome Walker scored twice, in the 29th and 56th minutes, while Shamar Allen and Kleberson Noble got the other goals.

Three players from Daniel Town were sent off — Malike Scott, Comoy Hamilton and Demar Harris; while Damon Stewart and Tyreak O'Conner of Coopers Pen were also sent off.

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