Clarendon, Lennon looking to shake up Zone H

September 20, 2016
Munro College's Raschand Buchanan (left) dribbles away from Maggotty High's Dennrel Cole during a recent match at Appleton Sports Complex.

Western Bureau:

Only three matches are on today in the ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup schoolboy football competition with a tight race in Zone H expected to get even tighter by day's end when the results are settled.

The top two teams in the zone, Lennon High and Clarendon College, hold perfect records after two matches and are expected to win their respective encounters and take charge in a group where four of the six teams are on six points.

Clarendon College take on Claude McKay at home, while Lennon High will travel to Knox College in what should be a close match. Third-place Edwin Allen will be looking to stop the advances of Thompson Town in the day's other match.

The Paul 'Tegat' Davis-coached Clarendon College should have an easy task against Claude McKay, who are at the bottom of the group.

"We take no team lightly because the ball is round and anything can happen during a game but we are looking to win and add three more points to our tally," Davis told STAR Sports.

Lennon lead the zone on goal difference over Clarendon, scoring 13 times so far without conceding, compared to nine goals for and one against for Clarendon College.

Today's matches

Clarendon College vs Claude McKay

Knox vs Lennon High at Edwin Allen

Thompson Town vs Edwin Allen

All matches start at 3:30 p.m.

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