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Brown’s Town confident of making semis in KSAFA Super League

Published:Tuesday | March 3, 2015 | 12:00 AMMarc Stamp
Tivoli Gardens' Barrington Pryce (left) fouls Humble Lion's Francois Swaby during in their Red Stripe Premier League football encounter at Edward Seaga Stadium on Sunday. Swaby scored as Humble Lion won 1-0.

Brown's Town's coach, Anthony 'Presi' Rose, is extremely confident that his team can advance to the semi-final stage in the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/

Jamaica (JN) National Super League football competition.

The Brown's Town team moved to 20 points in Zone A following a 2-0 win over Rae Town at Rae Town last Saturday. They joined Bull Bay on the same points, but Brown's Town enjoy a better goal difference to lead the zone.

With four games remaining, Rose says his team will win the next four games and easily qualify for the semi-final.

"I think we can make it to the semi-final as our next game is against Allman/Woodford and we should win easily. We will also be playing three consecutive home games, so we are confident that the team will collect maximum 12 points from those games," Rose confidently told The Gleaner.

In other Zone B games played last Saturday, Bull Bay defeated Santos 2-0 at Bull Pen and Rockfort moved to third position on 18 points following a 3-0 win over Mountain View.

In Zone A, University of the West Indies (UWI) are in pole position on 24 points, following a massive 10-1 victory over Allman/Woodford at UWI Bowl. Jason Gregory netted a hat-trick while Mitch Wright and Andrae Bernal scored two goals apiece. Other goals came from Kemar Douglas, Ricardo Tracey and Kemoy Atkinson.

Meanwhile, in the KSAFA/JN Major League, Duhaney Park climbed to the top in Zone A on 26 points following a 2-0 win over Meadforest at Duhaney Park, on Sunday. Second-place Maverley/Hughenden (25) were idle on the day.

Molynes advanced to third position on 19 points, after a 2-1 win over Red Hills at Maverley Complex last Saturday.

In Zone B, Whitfield lead the pack on 23 points, ahead of Olympic Gardens (22), New Kingston (20) and Seaview Gardens (19), in the race for two semi-final spots.

'I think we can make it to the semi-final as our next game is against Allman/Woodford and we should win easily.'