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Ben Francis Knock Out Cup 2013

Held on a yearly basis for the Rural area Jamaican Schoolboy Football teams, who won their respective zones.

The format was changed in 2018. The bottom two teams that did not advance from the qtr finals round of the DaCosta Cup will now compete for the Ben Francis Cup KO Trophy.

The Ben Francis Trophy is a Knock Out tournament between the zone winners in the DaCosta Cup competition. Held before the start of the Interzone rounds.

 

2013 BEN FRANCIS KNOCK OUT


ST. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) are the (2012) defending Champions.

2013 Ben Francis Knock Out
Zone winners in brackets

Wed. Oct 16

Match 1 Green Pond (A) vs. William Knibb   (C)
Match 2 Ruseas (B) vs. Godfrey Stewart  (D)
Match 3 Manchester  (F) vs. Christiana (G)
Match 4 Clarendon College (H) vs. Marcus Garvey/Cedric Titus (I)
Match 5 St. Mary Tech (J) vs. Dinthill  (K)
Match 6 Paul Bogle (O) vs. Port Antonio (L)
Match 7 Glenmuir (M) vs. Kemps Hill (N)
       

      

Oct 19

Quarter-Finals

Match 8 Winner Match  1 vs. Winner Match 2
Match 9 Winner Match  3 vs. Winner Match 4
Match 10 Winner Match  5 vs. Winner Match 6
Match 11 Winner  Zone  E vs. Winner Match 7
       

Wed. Oct 23, 2013

Semi-Finals   
 Match 12  Winner Match 8  vs.  Winner Match 9
 Match 13  Winner Match 11  vs.  Winner Match 10
       

Sat. Oct 26, 2013
Finals
Match 14 Winner Match 12 vs. Winner Match 13

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