|Hydel through to
Sts Peter and Paul,
Tuesday, February 18,
|OUT!: Mona Prep's Johnathan Reid
(third right) attempts a clearance against Kemar Prince of
Portmore Missionary during their semifinals clash at Saints
Peter and Paul on Saturday. Portmore Missionary won the match
2-0. (Photo: Bryan Cummings)|
REIGNING champions, Hydel, advanced
to the final of the Milo-sponsored preparatory schools Alberga Cup
football competition following a 2-1 win over St Andrew in the
semifinals, at Saints Peter and Paul on Saturday.
The champions, who with the win
finished atop Zone B ahead of Lannaman's, won courtesy of a double
strike from the competition's leading goalscorer, Chris Waugh, who
netted in the eighth and 48th minutes to increase his seasonal tally
to 36. Scott Cargill (52) scored for the losing team.
In other Zone B games, Lannaman's,
who were hoping for a Hydel upset, defeated Quest 3-1 and Portmore
Missionary beat Mona 2-0.
Elsewhere, in the competitive Zone
A, Vaz moved a step closer to the final after a 1-0 win over
previous zone leaders, Covenant, while Sts Peter and Paul were
stunned 1-0 by out-of-contention, Wolmer's.
Covenant, who needed only a draw to
book their spot, lost when Vaz's Rohan Roye's struck in the 11th
Vaz, with a rescheduled game in
hand against Sts Peter and Paul next Wednesday at Hillel Academy,
need only a draw to meet Hydel in the final. However, should they
lose, it will result in a three-way tie between Sts Peter and Paul,
Covenant and themselves -- on 10 points each.
In other Zone A games of academic
interest, Foundation with goals from Wade Duffus and Ramon
Whittaker, edged Morris Knibb 2-1, for whom Chris Henry scored.
Meanwhile, the Henriques Cup KO
final between Vaz and Wolmer's will be played tomorrow at UWI
beginning at 3:30 pm. The final will be preceded by a play-off for
third spot between Lannaman's and Mona.
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