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It’s a KC-JC Champions Cup final

Published:Saturday | November 26, 2022 | 9:25 PM
Kingston College players surround Dujuan Richards (centre) after he scored one of four goals in an ISSA/Wata Champions Cup semi-final against Clarendon College inside the National Stadium earlier this evening.

The ISSA/Wata Champions Cup is guaranteed a return to urban territory as Kingston College (KC) ended Clarendon College's reign in a 4-2 win in their semi-final game this evening at the National Stadium.

KC were led by an unstoppable Dujuan Richards who scored all of their goals in the 13th, 23rd, 51st and 58th minutes. Keheim Dixon reduced the deficit in the 64th minute with a brilliant scissor kick effort and Daniel Clarke clawed their way back in the 77th minute but left it too late to complete the comeback.

KC will face JC in the final after the latter defeated St Andrew Technical High School on penalties in the first semi-final earlier this evening.

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