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Players to Watch

Published:Saturday | October 25, 2014 | 10:00 AM
Ian Allen/Photographer St George's top scorer Amoy Brown
Wolmer's Boys' versatile player Joel Cunningham
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St George's College's prolific striker Amoy Brown has been delivering the goals with 15 so far in all the ISSA/LIME urban area schoolboy football competitions. With the Super Cup quarter-final clash featuring big teams St George's vs Wolmer's Boys' at the National Stadium, today, starting at 5 p.m., Brown will be looking to continue his good form.

His coach Neville 'Bertis' Bell says Brown is a very good schoolboy striker.

"He is a quality high school forward, probably he needs to do more on the pitch," Bell, said of the 18-year-old fifth form student/athlete.

However, Bell disclosed that he (Brown) is doubtful for the game because of the widespread chikungunya virus. If he plays, Wolmer's will have to contain him.

Brown is also a member of the North Street-based institution's track and field team. He ran the Class One sprint event,s as well as on the 4x100 team at Boys' Championships 2014.

Joel Cunningham is a vital member of the Wolmer's Boys' senior team. The left back has contributed to his team's good run in the Manning Cup and Super Cup competitions with good defensive and offensive plays.

Wolmer's Boys' coach, Ludlow Bernard, regards him as one of the best left backs in the urban area schoolboy football competition.

"I think he could be easily one of the best left backs in the Manning Cup. He has the ability to play well on the defensive and offensive ends of the pitch," Bernard claimed.

Cunning is playing in his third and final season and is currently in Upper sixth form.