The finalists for the National Rums trelawny Major League was decided yesterday at the Elletson Wakeland sports complex in Falmouth. The Major League is the top league in the parish. It gives qualification to the Confed League, through which teams can enter the biggest league in the country, the National Premier League.
The second semi-final began with Coopers Pen and Harmony sharing a 1-1 scoreline form the first leg. Clark’s Town on the other hand, carried a 3-0 margin over Spicy Hill into the second and decisive leg.
In the first game, it was much excitement and intrigue, as Coopers Pen and Harmony (from Bounty Hall), again played to a 1-1 scoreline. It was therefore up to penalties to break the two teams apart.
The penalty kicks were equally exciting as coopers Pen prevailed by a single goal and went into Sunday’s Final 5-4 on penalties.
In the second game, Clarks Town and Spicy Hill were 1-1 in the second half until Clark’s town made it 2-1.
Spicy Hill made a late, desperate burst and levelled the score at 2-2, but in the end, Clark’s Town prevailed 5-2 on aggregate to easily sail into Sunday’s final, where they will meet Coopers Pen FC.
Trelawny Division 1 Finalists
Both finalists in the Trelawny Division 1 were decided from the first legs. In the second leg played Saturday, June 13, Daniel town and Rio Bueno played to a 1-1 tie, while Fire FC and Bunkers Hill played to a 2-2 draw.
Daniel Town’s 1-0 first leg win, means they advance on a 2-1 aggregate, while Fire FC beat mid-season finalists Bunkers Hill So Fresh 3-2 in the first leg for a 5-4 aggregate.