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KC beat CC to create Champions Cup history

Published:Saturday | November 23, 2019 | 12:00 AM

Robert Bailey/Gleaner Writer

Kingston College (KC) became first school to win the ISSA/Champions Cup Knockout title twice, after their 1-0 victory over Clarendon College in the final at the National Stadium on Saturday.

Ronaldo Robinson, who missed several scoring chances in the first half, scored the all-important goal for the Ludlow Bernard-coached KC, with a delightful strike from outside the box in the 62nd minute.

KC, who failed to defend their Manning Cup title this season, first captured the Champions Cup title in 2017.   

Meanwhile, all is not lost for Clarendon College, as they are set to defend their daCosta Cup title against Dinthill Technical on Saturday at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.