It will be ‘Country vs Town’ in Friday’s semi-finals of the ISSA Champions Cup all-island knock out after both daCosta Cup teams St Elizabeth Technical and Cornwall College made further progress with wins in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

After being the only daCosta Cup teams to escape the first round, both on penalty kick wins, both STETHS and Cornwall College scored impressive wins to advance alongside former champions Jamaica College and St Georges College.

In the doubleheader played at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, STETHS came from a goal down to beat Charlie Smith 2-1 while Cornwall College blanked Camperdown High 2-0.

At stadium east, Jamaica College also came back from a 1-0 deficit to beat Holy Trinity High 2-1 while St Georges College scored a big 5-0 win over STATHS.

On Friday, STETHS and Jamaica College will meet in one game while Cornwall College and St Georges College will meet in the others for a place in the November 24th final.

On Saturday, STETHS survived a poor start to turn around the game in the second half and beat a Charlie Smith team that ran out of ideas.

Kemoy Bailey shot Charlie Smith into the lead inside a minute of the kick off and then hit the inside of the post in the sixth minute as STETHS scrambled to stay in the game.

After missing several good chances in the first half to draw level, STETHS finally got the equaliser when goalkeeper Devonte Clarke beat his counterpart Tuishana Edwards from the penalty spot in the 56th minute before Adam Griffiths scored the winner in the 65th minute, eight minutes after he came on as a substitute.

In the second game, Aiden Jokomba scored twice in the second half for Cornwall College to beat Camperdown High.

Jokomba ended a three-game run without scoring as he took his tally to 18 on the season and helped his team extended their unbeaten run to 17 games.

In Kingston, Norman Brown Campbell scored twice for Jamaica College as they came from a goal down to beat Holy Trinity High in a repeat of the 2014 finals.

Roy Evelyn had given Holy Trinity the lead before Campbell levelled the scores in the 29th minute then scored the winner in the 87th minute.

St Georges College exploded for five goals, four in the second half as they swamped STATHS 5-0 with a double from substitute Chantomoi Taylor and goals from Konato Dunkley, Damani Harris and Emelio Rousseau.