MoBay lead charge

Published: Thursday | January 10, 2013 Comments 0

 Paul Clarke, Gleaner Writer


Granville United and North Gully Ambassadors will get the second round of the St James FA Captain's Bakery & Grill Knockout underway with an intriguing clash today at Sam Sharp Teachers' College.

Fourteen clubs last week advanced, with Montego Bay United the most impressive with a record 14-0 win over Barrett Town. But their success came at a price, as they will have to do without influential skipper Fabian McCarthy, who picked up a groin strain.

They remain the team to beat, but other clubs will also have a say, including defending champions Tomorrow's People, who will battle fellow Western Confederation Super League outfit Catherine Hall on Friday at Bickersteth.

Tomorrow's People eased into the second round with a 5-0 win last week over Marl Road, with Gregory Tape scoring a brace.

In the other games, Norwood Strikers, who on Tuesday edged Reno FC 1-0 in the Super League, will seek to keep their form against Rosemount Gardens, who advanced at the expense of Mountain Villa 2-0. That game is set for the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) playing field today.

Elsewhere, Reggae Youths take on Revelations on Saturday, the same day Seaview face in-from Montego Bay United at the UDC field, while Little Miami will tackle Melbourne.

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