Holy Trinity will have to wait a bit longer to Advance to the second round of the 2017 ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup after they were held to a 1-1 draw by St. Jago High yesterday in their Group F return leg game at the Bell Chung Oval.
Holy Trinity had won the first leg 3-2 at Prison Oval in Spanish Town on September 11
substitute Nicholas Thomas found the back of the net in the 67th minute to give Holy trinity the lead but with two minutes away from their spot in the second round, Andre Thomas equalised for St Jago from the penalty spot.
Holy Trinity remained atop the standings in Group F with three matches to go. They moved to 19 points, a 7 point lead over second-place Clan Carthy High, who defeated Edith Dalton 3-0, St. Jago entered the game in second place in the group dropped to third spot on 11 points.
Holy Trinity took the lead from a quick break right side, before a cross by Dillon McEnnis found Thomas just outside the 18-yard box,centre of goal. He powered a shot to the right of goalkeeper Diandre Burrell
With Holy Trinity looking at victory in the eye, handled ball inside the area, gave St Jago the opportunity to level the scores. Thomas’s first attempt was partially blocked by goalkeeper Antonio Millington and rolled into the goal, but was called back after St Jago players encroached.
Thomas slotted to the left of Millington the second time, the result ended the perfect win record of Holy Trinity.
October 3rd RESULTS
Cumberland 1 vs Camperdown 2
St Mary’s College 2 Meadowbrook 3
Tarrant 0 vs St George’s College 3
Denham Town 0 vs St Catherine High 2
Jose Marti 3 vs Ascot 1
Clan Carthy 3 vs Edith Dalton James 0
Holy Trinity 1 vs St Jago 1