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Constant Spring retain JNBS Masters Cup

Published:Wednesday | June 6, 2012 | 12:00 AM

CONSTANT SPRING retained the JNBS Champions Cup with an easy 3-0 shutout win over Telecom Strikers at Barbican Oval on Sunday.

O'Neil "Chippy" McDonald opened the scoring for the winners in the 30th minute as Constant Spring led 1-0 at half-time.

Constant Spring took full control of the game in the second-half and ran out easy winners, as Brenton Smith made it 2-0 in the 62nd minute and McDonald scored his second goal in the 74th minute to complete the rout.

Chris James, the most successful coach in Corporate Area Masters League history, with an unprecedented seven titles, was on Sunday inducted into the Kingston and St Andrew Masters Football League (KSAMLA) Hall of Fame at Barbican Oval.

portmore win masters

Portmore Masters won their third straight JNBS Masters League Best Dressed team title and their fourth consecutive KSAMLA dress parade crown at Sunday's KSAMLA Hall of Fame Day.

Meanwhile, the 2012 JNBS Masters FA Cup preliminary rounds continue tomorrow with two games. At Barbican Oval, Kush meet Nautica, and at Winchester Park, Police Nationals go up against St George's.

The first round of the 2012 JNBS Masters League begins on Sunday, June 10 with six double-headers. In the feature double-header of the round, Real Mona host Harbour View at Buttercup Park (4:30 p.m.), while in the curtain-raiser Kingston Commissioners tackle Boys' Town.