Two-time champions Kingston College and Clarendon College scored come from behind wins to earn a place in the semi-finals of the ISSA Champions Cup on Tuesday.

Kingston College beat Dinthill Technical 3-2 thanks to two first half penalties from Robert Seow and Clarendon College prevailed against St George’s College 3-1 both games played at the national stadium.

They will join Hydel High and Glenmuir High who are into the semi-finals of the ISSA Champions Cup KO for the first time after contrasting wins.

In the semi-finals, Kingston College will face Glenmuir High while Clarendon College takes on Hydel High.

Tyrese Gowe shocked the Kingston College when he scored in the first minute in the first game at the stadium, but KC rallied to lead 3-1 at half time as the Dinthill Technical team imploded.

Seow pulled them level when he scored his first penalty in the 31st minute, Jaheim McLean put KC in the lead in the 44th minute before Seow converted another penalty five minutes into time added.

Geovannie Afflick pulled one back for Dinthill when he scored in the 68th minute but KC slammed the door shut.

Two late goals in the second game decided the contest after Clarendon College came back from an early goal to tie up the game at 1-1.

Jindu Powell headed St George’s College into the lead in the eighth minute but Justin Hayles pulled Clarendon College level four minutes later.

An opportunistic goal from Kaheim Dixon in the 84th minute, reacting first to a block from goalkeeper Jaedon Thompson gave then the lead before Tedane Williams added another in time added.

In the earlier games, Omario Henry scored a double to lead Hydel High to a 4-2 win over Garvey Maceo High at Manchester High while Glenmuir High clipped Mona High 1-0 at the St Elizabeth Sports Complex in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth.

Keyannie Jackson and Kialand Smith also scored for Hydel High as Cleo Clarke got both goals for Garvey Maceo High.

At STETHS a late goal from Kyle Gordon was the difference for Glenmuir High as they made progress from a close game.

A free kick was played short to Gordon whose shot was fumbled over the line by the Mona High goalkeeper.

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