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Three former champions Glenmuir High, Lennon High and St James High, are in the quarterfinals after the ISSA/Wata Ben Francis KO after failing to get into the semi-finals of the DaCosta cup or the first round of the Champions Cup.

Starting this year, ISSA, the organisers of the competitions have changed the format of the competitions with the losers in the daCosta Cup quarterfinals, playing for the Ben Francis KO.

Glenmuir who lost all three games in Group 4 of the quarterfinals, will play Port Antonio High in one Ben Francis quarterfinal game on Wednesday, November 7 while St James High and Petersfield will meet in another game.

Lennon High will meet Old Harbour in one game while Charlemont High and Maggotty High will meet for a place in the semi-finals.

  • Port Antonio vs Glenmuir
  • St James High vs Petersfield High
  • Lennon vs Old Harbour
  • Charlemont High vs Maggotty High

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