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Two to watch

Published:Saturday | October 4, 2014 | 12:00 AM
St George's Shevon Stewart
Kingston College's Kashane Jones

Kashane Jones

Kashane Jones is described by his coach Lenworth Hyde as close to being a complete player.

"He has all the qualities. Kashane is a disciplined youth, speedy and can operate anywhere up front," Hyde, a former schoolboy midfield star for Clarendon College, said.

The 17 year-old Jones, a lower sixth student who wears No. 11 on his back, pulls all the strings in midfield for KC and is also the team's joint leading scorer with two goals. Jerome Coombs also has two goals.

Shevon Stewart

Shevon Stewart operates from midfield but is one of the main marksmen for St George's College.

After coming over from Excelsior, the 17-year-old is now in his third Manning Cup season. The No. 10 player operates in the attacking midfield position and is the team's joint leading scorer on seven goals, the same as teammate Amoy Brown.

"He is one of the most talented schoolboys around," coach Neville 'Bertis' Bell said.

"He has all the qualities. Shevon is also a very respectful and well-mannered young man, and also a very good student athlete."

Stewart who resides in the Standpipe, Liguanea area is in lower sixth form after he attained seven CSEC passes.