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Duhaney Park, GC Angels into National Club Championship final

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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Defending champions Duhaney Park Red Sharks and GC Angels both scored comfortable wins over Washington Boulevard Bulls and Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Warriors in the National Club Championship (NCC) semi-finals on Saturday.

In the first semi-finals, GC Angels were comfortable 44-18 winners over JDF Warriors. GC's Stephen Scott led all scorers with a 14-point haul from five goal kicks and a try. Centre Kevin Thomas gave support with eight points from two tries. Other scorers for GC were Adrian Thompson, Devon Thomas, Antonio Baker, Chevaughn Bailey, and Dillon Davis, who each scored a try.

Meanwhile, centre Adrian Brown closed out the scoring with a goal. Outclassed, JDF's points came from Griffin Griffiths with eight points from two tries, while Shemar Creary and Shaneal Brown bagged a try each. Nicolai Kennedy closed the account with a goal kick.

Duhaney Park made it to their fifth-consecutive grand finals with a workmanlike 20-6 win over Washington Boulevard Bulls. Duhaney Park were led to victory by winger Miguel Facey with a 10-point haul from two tries and a goal. He got support from centre Andrew Simpson with two tries, Kenneth Walker (one try), and Ryan Grant with a goal kick. The Bulls' points came from winger Ta-Michael Watson with a try, and Lawrence Drummond, who kicked a goal.

The grand finals and third-place play-off are scheduled for Saturday at Duhaney Park Mini Stadium. Washington Boulevard Bulls will face JDF Warriors at 2:00 pm in the third-place play-off, and Duhaney Park and GC Angels will face off at 4:00 pm for the right to be crowned national champion.


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