GC Foster 46 def. UTech 7
GC Foster College was in immaculate form last Thursday as they kicked off Round 2 action in the Championship with a 47-7 victory over the University of Technology. For the second week in a row, they were led by Prop Forward Patrick Alexander who had a 2 try haul. UTech’s lone try came from Scrum-Half Damion Green. The game was a close affair in the first half; however, GC’s superior ball handling skills opened the flood gates in the final 20 minutes when they scored 3 unanswered tries.
GC Foster: Tries– Patrick Alexander (2), Stephen Scott (1), Steve Miller (1), Ryan Grant (1), Quinay Jones (1), Kareem Harris (1) . Conversions: Ryan Grant (6), Stephen Scott (1)
University of Technology: Tries- Damion Green (1). Conversion: Damian Green (1). Drop Goal: Jermaine Smith
Mico University College 26 def. Excelsior Community College 16
Champions Mico Crocs found the going tough against Exed Eagles on Saturday and had to fight their way from 2 points down in the second half to defeat a resilient Eagles outfit. Points scoring machine Romaen Campbell playing at Stand-Half, bruised his way to 4 tries to ensure the champs remain undefeated. Exed was much better at passing the ball this week and saw Ryan Howell, Christopher Bascuine and Leon Thomas all scores tries pointers in a losing effort.
Mico University College: Tries- Romaen Campbell (4), Fabion Turner (1) Conversions: Kennard Woolery (3)
Excelsior Communtiy College: Tries– Ryan Howell (1), Christopher Bascuine (1), and Leon Thomas (1) . Conversions: Linval Green (2)
University of The West Indies 38 def. Excelsior Community College
The UWI Pelicans made it 2 from 2 when they outlasted Portmore Community College in the second game on Saturday. Teams threw the ball around, however, UWI had better shape on attack throughout the game and Portmore squandered numerous chances to put additional points on the board.
UWI was led by their international student contingent with Bahamian Jordan Isaacs (Bahamas), Kofi Chase (Trinidad) and Misioka Tanielu (Samoa) all scoring a try each. Portmore’s erratic offense provided much entertainment for the day, but their maverick and unorthodox play resulted in many squandered opportunities.
UWI: Tries– Misioka Tanielu (1), Jordon Issaacs (2), Kofi Chase (1), Shannon Harris(1), Rashin Samuels (1), Dario Dowie (1)Conversions: Kemoy Whyte (5)
Portmore Community College: Tries– Damion Murphy (1), Stephen Wynter (1) , Kieve Parkinson(1), Rageem Mclean (1)Conversion: Rageem Mclean (2)
The Competition continues on Thursday Feb. 6, when UWI (2-0) hosts Mico (2-0) at 4pm and then on Saturday February 8, when Exed (0-2) hosts GC Foster (2-0) at 2pm and UTech (0-2) faces Portmore Community College (0-2) at 4pm.
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