STETHS, Rusea's, CC, Dinthill to contest Ben Francis semis
St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) remained on course to contest their eighth straight rural area ISSA/FLOW Ben Francis Cup knockout final following the opening set of games in the 2017 competition on Wednesday.
STETHS, which won six of the last seven Ben Francis Cup titles, easily advanced to the semi-finals, by defeating Cornwall College 3-1 in the feature quarter-final match at STETHS Community Centre.
The victory means that STETHS, not only qualify for the Ben Francis semi-finals but also earned the right to contest the rich FLOW Super Cup.
The four Ben Francis Cup semi-finalists earned the right to contest the Super Cup, along with the four semi-finalists from the corporate area Walker Cup competition.
Joining STETHS into the Ben Francis semi-finals are Clarendon College, Dinthill Technical and Rusea's High.
Clarendon College confirmed their spot in the Ben Francis Cup semi-finals and the Super Cup with a 2-0 victory over Manchester High at the Juici Beef field and will now face STETHS in one of the semi-finals.
Dinthill Technical and Rusea's High will contest the other semi-final match. Both have also qualified for the Super Cup.
Dinthill Technical booked their semi-final spot by defeating St James High 2-0 at Dinthull; while Rusea's High scored a similar victory over Holmwood Technical at Jarrett Park in Montego Bay.
Clarendon College 2 Manchester High
Rusea's 2 Holmwood 0
Dinthill Tech 2 St. James High 0
St Elizabeth Tech 3 Cornwall College 1