Holy Trinity put their Manning Cup disappointment behind them to beat Dinthill Technical 4-3 on penalties at the Stadium East field on Saturday to book a quarter final place in the ISSA Champions Cup. The two were locked at 0-0 in regulation time and it took spot kicks to decide the winner.
Over at STETHS, Manchester High were eliminated on penalties by STATHS but it didn't go down well with the Manchester camp as they believed the score was 3-3 on penalties and not 4-3 in favour of STATHS. The Manchester team took to the field to protest as objects were thrown all around the ground with ISSA vice-president Keith Wellington calling for calm as the second game between Clarendon College and Charlie Smith was delayed.
The game ended 1-1 after regulation time as STATHS missed a penalty just before half time. At the Montego Bay Sports Complex, Frome missed a penalty as Camperdown ran out 1-0 victors while Cornwall College advanced with a 3-2 penalty kick win over Wolmer’s after the game ended 1-1 in regulation time.
St Elizabeth Technical and St George’s College booked their spots to the next round after victories over Kingston College and Garvey Maceo respectively in the opening matches on Friday at Sabina Park. STETHS defeated KC 4-3 on penalties after the teams had played to a1-1 scoreline after full time while St George’s beat Garvey Maceo 2-0 in the opening game of the double header at Sabina Park.