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    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=1 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><SPAN class=TopStory>Wilson slams five as Fair Prospect win big</SPAN>
    <SPAN class=Subheadline></SPAN></TD></TR><TR><TD>BY PAUL A REID Observer Writer
    Wednesday, September 13, 2006
    <P class=StoryText align=justify>MONTEGO BAY - Roger Wilson scored five times yesterday as Fair Prospect hammered newcomers Paul Bogle High 8-0 in their ISSA/Pepsi/JN daCosta Cup Zone L game played at Fair Prospect.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Davian McKenzie, Cashen Henry and Tyrone Brown also got on the scoresheet as Fair Prospect scored their first win in the competition since 2001 when they edged St Thomas Technical 2-1.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Ironically, the 2001 result will not appear on any ISSA list, however, as the team was later disqualified.
    Fair Prospect, who themselves have been on the wrong end of big scores, lead Zone L ahead of Titchfield, St Thomas Technical and Port Antonio, who were also winners yesterday.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Titchfield beat Yallahs 3-0; St Thomas Technical edged Happy Grove 2-1; while Port Antonio High were 1-0 winners over Seaforth.
    Spalding High scored their third win over Knox College in five tries when they triumphed 3-0, thanks to goals from Shaddae Mason, Kevon daCosta and Younde Reynolds.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Former champions and last season's semi-finalists Clarendon College got off to a winning start, beating Thompson Town 2-1, with Nepfa Stewart scoring from the penalty spot and Greg Lewis adding the second.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Lennon High led Edwin Allen 1-0 with 18 minutes to go in the second half when their game was blown off due to a waterlogged field in Frankfield, Clarendon.
    The competition continues today with 17 more games in seven zones, including a match-up of former champions Vere Technical and Glenmuir in Zone I.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Glenmuir have had the better of the former kingpins, winning the last four games between them, including a 10-0 drubbing in their first round last season.
    Former Ben Francis Knock-Out winners Old Harbour High will make their debut in Zone I when they host Kemps Hill at the Spring Village Sports Complex.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Frome Technical who is expected to be one of the Inter-Zone qualifiers from Zone B opens on the road to Knockalva Technical in Ramble, Hanover.<P class=StoryText align=justify>Frome has retained a number of players from last season and about seven from the team that lost in the 2004 finals to Glenmuir.
    The Zone A game between two time champions Herbert Morrison Technical and St James High promises to be exciting as both teams are coming off good pre-season preparations.

    Yesterdays's results<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone G
    Knox 0 Spalding 3
    Porus 0 Holmwood 0
    Zone H
    Thompson Town 1 Clarendon College 2
    Edwin Allen vs Lennon Blown off
    Zone L
    Fair Prospect 8 Paul Bogle 0
    Yallahs 0 Titchfield 3
    St Thomas Tech 2 Happy Grove 1
    Port Antonio 1 Seaforth 0<P class=StoryText align=justify>Today's matches<P class=StoryText align=justify>Zone A
    Herbert Morrison vs St James High, Maldon vs
    William Knibb
    Zone B
    Knockalva vs Frome at Knockalva
    Cambridge vs Rusea's at Cambridge
    Zone C
    Grange Hill vs Maude McLeod- Grange Hill
    Zone E<P class=StoryText align=justify>Lacovia vs Munro at Lacovia Sports Centre
    STETHS vs Maggotty at STETHS
    Black River vs Newell at Black River
    Zone I
    Garvey Maceo vs Central at York Town Comm.
    Centre<P class=StoryText align=justify>Vere vs Glenmuir at Wembley Sports Complex
    Old Harbour vs Kemps Hill at Spring Village
    Sports Complex
    Zone J
    Bog Walk vs Glengoffe at Bybrook Sports Club
    Charlemont vs Ewarton at Charlemont
    McGrath vs Dinthill at McGrath
    Zone K<P class=StoryText align=justify>Oracabessa vs Iona at Oracabessa
    Tacky vs Islington at Pembroke Hall
    Solidarity is not a matter of well wishing, but is sharing the very same fate whether in victory or in death.
    Che Guevara.