St Lucy stop St Michael South at Checker Hall

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Added 21 October 2012

St Lucy forward Antone Corbin scored a late brace, including the game winner three minutes into stoppage time as the hosts edged St Michael South 3-2 in Friday’s action of the David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils’ Football Classic at Checker Hall. Twice the visitors had to come from a goal behind to equalize, with Shaquille Boyce’s 90th minute strike seemingly earning a hard fought draw. But Corbin struck just three minutes later to seal the deal. Earlier, Michael Young scored seconds before stoppage time to give St Joseph a thrilling 3-2 win over St Michael West. At Friendship, St Thomas and St Michael Central played to a 2-2 draw, while St Michael North-East and St Michael South-East squared off in a goalless draw. (JM)

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