Jackson, Hoilett share spoils in Region of Peel derby By Steven Sandor Posted on October 29, 2011 2 0 510 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Simeon Jackson It’s a rare occurrence — two Canadian players facing each other in an English Premier League game. And, in the end, the spoils were shared in the Region of Peel Derby, as Norwich got a last-gasp penalty goal from Grant Holt to earn a 3-3 tie with Blackburn. So, Mississauga, Ont.’s Simeon Jackson — who came on as 76th-minute sub for the Canaries, and Brampton, Ont’s Junior Hoilett, who scored just before halftime to give Blackburn a 1-0 lead, had to settle for the draw. Hoilett, who has continually refused national-team coach Stephen Hart’s offers to suit up for Canada, scored a wonder goal in the first half at Carrow Road; he cut in from the left side across the top of the penalty area. Once he got closer to the top of the box, he unleashed a right-footed shot that found the top corner. Down 3-1 late in the second half, Jackson was brought in to the match to give Norwich an offensive boost. And, even though he didn’t score, he did make a couple of decent runs that caused Rovers some trouble. So, Brampton and Mississauga, er, Norwich and Blackburn, had to share the spoils Saturday. But Norwich is in eighth, and Blackburn is in the relegation zone, so….