Mico in charge

November 20, 2015
Tashana Vincent is away on national duty

Defending champions Mico University College and G.C. Foster College are in pole position to top their groups in intercollegiate senior football competition with three sets of matches to go. The winners and second-place teams in each group will advance to the semi-finals.

In Zone A, the defending champions are on 10 points after three wins and one draw. The Marescaux Road-based team have so far beaten Exed Community College 1-0, Moneague twice, 2-1 and 6-1 and drew 0-0 tie with University of Technology (UTech).

College of Agriculture Science and Education (CASE), along with UTech, are in a close battle for semi-final berth, while CASE are in second on eight points.

UTech are on third with seven points. CASE have won two and drawn two, with victories over UTech 2-1 and Moneague 1-0, while drawing twice 1-1, twice with Exed. Case have played four matches, while UTech have played five.

In Zone B, G.C. Foster College are on top with 15 points, while the University of West Indies are second with 10 points.

first defeat

After winning five in a row, G.C. Foster suffered their first defeat last Saturday when they were defeated 2-0 by UWI.

The defending female champions Mico also look set to advance to the final after earning 12 points from their four matches.

Despite playing without their top two players, Keneisha Reid and Tashana Vincent, who are on national senior team duties overseas, the defending champions, in their latest match on Monday at Breezy Castle, blew away CASE 10-0 and only need to pick up one point from their remaining two matches to advance to the final.

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