Robinson aims at more goals

September 25, 2017
Kingston College's Renato Campbell (left) and Ronaldo Robinson.

Having netted three goals so far this season, Kingston College's (KC) attacking midfielder Ronaldo Robinson midfielder, said with a lot more playing time, he will score a lot more goals.

The 16-year Robinson, who scored a beautiful goal against Excelsior on Saturday at the Stadium East field in his team's 3-1 victory, said he is confident that he can help KC to win this year's title.

"Last year when I played I got injured in the second round and so I never get to show my real colours and so this year, I am aiming to win the competition," he said.


Limited minutes


"My aim is also to score a lot of goals for my team because I think have all the skills that is required of me to this," he said.

The soft-spoken Robinson, who is not a regular starter in the KC's team, added that despite his limited minutes on the field this season, he still manages to put on a good showing whenever he is called upon to play.

"This season has been great so far for me and I will hope this will continue for the reminder of the season," Robinson said.

KC, who are unbeaten in the competition, recorded their fifth straight win over Excelsior in the Group E on Saturday.

"Five wins out of five games is not a easy task, but we have been training hard and so I think we deserved this and I think that as he Manning Cup progresses things will get better for us," Robinson said.

KC will take on Spanish Town in their next game tomorrow at the Prison Oval in Spanish Town.

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