Nautica lead 'group of death'
Telecom Strikers (six points) scored the biggest win of round three in the 2012 JNBS Masters League when they shut out Real Veterans (one) 4-0 at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.
The win pushed Telecom to second place in Zone B, a point behind leaders Pelicans. The goal scorers for Telecom were Delroy Morris, Dalton Woods, Tyrone Davis and Desmond Adams.
In the opener at the complex, Portmore Masters (five) held Pelicans (seven) to a 2-2 draw. Dorlon Lindo and Shane Coates scored for Portmore Masters, while Ennis and Rohan Rousseau scored for Pelicans.
In the Shortwood Oval feature match, Harbour View (five points) edged host Shortwood (four) 2-1 on a brace by Corey Rowe. Gregory Earl scored for Shortwood.
Brenton Smith scored the game-winner for defending champions Constant Spring (three) in their 1-0 win over Thunderbolts (-1) at Shortwood Oval.
At Winchester Park, St George's (four) and Boys' Town (four) drew 1-1 in the opener, while Cavalier (six) outscored Kush (nought) 2-1 in the feature.
Nautica (nine points) maintained their lead at the top of Zone A, 'the group of death', when they edged Santos (six) 2-1 at Vauxhall. Nigel Morrison gave Santos a 1-0 lead in the 14th minute, but Red Stripe Premier League coach Lenny Hyde equalised for Nautica from the penalty spot in the 46th minute; and Tyrone Newby sealed the win for Nautica in the 63rd.
Kingston Commissioners (one) and Brown's Town (four) played to a nil-all draw in the Vauxhall feature.
Both games at Duhaney Park ended in a draw. In the opener, Packers (three) and Christian Ambassadors (one) drew 0-0, and in the feature game, Park Rovers (two) and Real Mona (three) battled to a 1-1 draw.
At Barbican Oval, MV Exodus drew 0-0 in the opener, while in the feature, Barbican (five) nipped Maxfield (four) 1-0 on Patrick Miller's 15th-minute goal.