Rashawn Mackison (right) of Kingston College (KC) moves away from a STETHS player during the FLOW Super Cup final on November 25 at Sabina Park. KC won 3-0, with all goals coming from Mackison.Rashawn Mackison (right) of Kingston College (KC) moves away from a STETHS player during the FLOW Super Cup final on November 25 at Sabina Park. KC won 3-0, with all goals coming from Mackison.

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An All Schools Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association’s 20-member football squad is scheduled to depart the country on Wednesday for a three-match tour of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Super Cup champions Kingston College (KC) and runners-up St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) head the list of invitees with four selections each.

KC will be represented by defenders Javain Brown and Antoneil Mullings, along with midfielder Fabian Grant and forward Rashawn Mackison.

Those selected from STETHS are goalkeeper Kenroy Wallace, defender Clifton Woodbine along with midfielders Chris-Andrew Dixon and Demar James.

Jamaica College (JC), which won the Walker Cup, Manning Cup and Olivier Shield, daCosta Cup champions Rusea’s High and Clarendon College and STETHS have three invitees each.

THE SQUAD

GOALKEEPERS
Tajay Griffiths (Wolmer’s Boys)
Kenroy Wallace (STETHS)

DEFENDERS
Javain Brown (KC)
Maliek Howell (JC)
Clifton Woodbine (STETHS)
Antoniel Mullings (KC)
Shemar Farmer (Clarendon College)
Renaldo Wellington (Rusea’s)

MIDFIELDERS
Tyreek Magee (JC)
Fabian Grant (KC)
Chris-Andrew Dixon (STETHS)
Shande James (Clarendon College)
Tevin Rochester (JC)
Daniel Reid (Rusea’s)
Demar James (STETHS)

FORWARDS
Rashawn Mackison (KC)
Shai Smith (Holy Trinity)
Leonardo Fogarty (Rusea’s)
Nicque Daley (Clarendon College)
Kaheem Parris (Dinthill Technical)