Dinthill’s Rodave Murray proved how devastating he can be with a clinical double strike to send Dinthill Technical into the ISSA-FLOW Dacosta Cup final in more than three decades. Rodave Murray was again inspirational
Dinthill Technical are back in the finals of the ISSA/Flow DaCosta Cup Football Competition after Rodave Murray scored twice, including once in extra time, to take them to a 2-1 come from
Dinthill striker Rodave Murray, Dacosta cup leading goal scorer. We are proud of you.!!
Our annual Christmas Party is scheduled for Saturday December 12. The event will take place at the Adria Hotel and conference center at 221-17 Northern Boulevard, Bayside, NY 11361, USA . This will
CLARENDON PARK, Clarendon — Dinthill Technical High shocked defending champions Clarendon College 2-1 on a day of upsets as the quarter-finals of the ISSA/Flow DaCosta Cup football competition got under way yesterday.
At the AGM, officers of the association will be elected. The positions that are available for election are:
- Vice president
- Recording Secretary
- Corresponding Secretary
Other members of the board will be appointed.
All members participating in the election will need to be paid up members.
This event will contribute to our continual fund raising efforts. Tickets for the event is $ 35.00. This includes a great evening of entertainment and a complimentary buffet which will be served between 10:00pm-12:00. You can obtain your tickets by calling 516-263-8863, 917-488-7484, 646-261-6818.
Patrons to this event are assured of great music by DJ Ricky Genius. We are looking forward to see you there.
Rodave Murray was again inspirational as the Anthony Patrick-coached Linstead based Dinthill Technical high school came from behind to win 2-1 win in semi-final game against Mancheser high at the Juici Field in Clarendon.
There were exhilarating and wild celebrations for the Dinthill supporters after the final whistle was sounded that signaled the end of a pulsating match that swung back and forth between two evenly matched teams. This celebration was reminiscent of when Dinthill rule schoolboy football in Jamaica in the late seventies and early eighties.
In addition to the two goals scored in yesterday’s match, Murray also missed an eighth minute penalty. His effort from the penalty spot struck the upright and went out of play, with Manchester High’s goalkeeper Nicholas King well beaten.
Dinthill appeared destined to pay for the miss chance when Manchester grabbed a 28th minute lead. Central midfielder Jarvis Mattis sent them in front with a well-taken free kick.
The goal appeared to have stung Dinthill into lifting their level of play with Murray, Anthony Hewitt, Ramone Brown and Antone Rule leading the charge with several dangerous attacks.
MURRAY’S CRITCAL GOAL
Murray, who came into the match on 25 goals on the season, showed his class and dragged his team back into the contest in the 43rd minute with a spectacular free kick.
Neither team was able to break the 1-1 tie even after the first period of extra time, but with two minutes remaining in the second period Murray, shrugged off his marker to slide the ball just under the advancing Manchester goalkeeper for the 2-1 victory.
Dinthill will meet either Ben Francis KO winners St Elizabeth Technical or Lennon High who meet today in the second semi-final set for 2:30 p.m. at the same venue.