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Black Street slow down Road Runner

Published:Saturday | November 8, 2014 | 12:00 AM

BLACK Street defeated Road Runner 3-1 as the 2014-2015 Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) All-Island Community League Football Championship continued at EXED Community College playing field last Sunday.

The winners' goals were scored by Davone Scott (16th), Raphael Wilson (60th), and Ian Lugg (72nd), while Aerion Webster scored for the losers in the 53rd minute.

Goals from Kevin Scott and Raevaughn Barnes carried Special Unit to a 2-1 win over Chambers Lane, for whom Rolando Myers got their lone goal.

Ranche Twelve, through goals from Molon Clamal and Brandon Christopher in the 90th and 94th minutes, respectively, pulled off a narrow 2-1 win over Sligview, whose goal came from the boot of Jerome Murray in the 56th minute.

Woodford Park clipped Carmel Sevens United 2-1 through two goals from Tajahe Dixon in the 14th and 27th minutes. Demar Allen netted for the losers in the third minute.

Stephen Davidson's lone goal in the fifth minute earned Conscious a 1-0 win over St Alban's United, while Crooks Street United edged Bridge Side Sports Club 1-0 through Sheldon Foster's goal in the second half.

In other matches played in Kingston and St Andrew, Bournemouth and Cookhorne Lane played to a 0-0 draw and Pear Tree and Kencot drew 0-0.

Meanwhile, the St Thomas leg kicked off with two matches last Sunday at Cotton Street playing field in Port Morant. Several members of Insports's organising committee and sports officers were present at matches spread across three separate venues.

Rosella registered the biggest win of the day with a 4-0 triumph over Spring Gardens; Residential beat Young Strikers 3-0; Chovey clipped St Thomas Police 1-0; Fire Flames scored a 2-1 win over Friendship; Yorkshire and Winchester played to a 2-2 draw; while Golden Grove and Dalvey played to a 1-1 draw.

The St Thomas leg has 29 participating community teams. The parish champion will receive $50,000 and advance to the second round of the competition, which will be in a knockout format.

Also, action in Kingston, St Andrew and St Thomas continues tomorrow at several venues, featuring double-headers starting at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., respectively.