Calabar and STETHS reach Flow Super Cup semis

Calabar High and St Elizabeth Technical are the first two teams through to the semi-finals of the 2017 ISSA Flow Super Cup following Friday night's opening set of quarter finals at the Montego Bay Sorts Complex. Calabar made progress with a 4-3 win over Ben Francis Cup champions Clarendon College.

A strike from Kafani Brown in the first few seconds of play had Calabar in the lead but not for long as prolific striker Nique Daley restored parity for Clarendon College. On the resumption, Daley was at it again, scoring in the 50th minute.

However, Calabar roared back in the 58th minute through Colin Anderson to again draw the green and black standard bearers level. Calabar went further ahead through Orane Ferguson in the 60th minute to lead the tie 3-2.

Anderson added a second on the day and a fourth for Calabar in the 70th minute.

It took penalty kicks to separate St Elizabeth Technical and St Andrew Technical who played out a 1-1  draw in regulation time. STETHS went on to win the shootout 4 - 3.

The competition continues on Saturday with another double header also at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.

Fresh from their Walker Cup success over Kingston College, Jamaica College will continue their hunt for another title when they play Ben Francis Cup beaten finalist Dinthill Technical at 5 o'clock.

The two have only lost once so far this season. The feature game will see Rrusea's up against Kingston College at 7 o'clock. There is some similarity to last season when KC was knocked out in the semi-final by Wolmer's. Vassell Reynolds who was the coach of Wolmer's then, is now the man at the helm at Rusea's.



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