Photo: Jamaican Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2016 - Usain Bolt and Elaine Thompson pose for photos after being crowned at the 56th staging of the RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards Ceremony, held at the Pegasus Hotel on Friday night.
The 2016 sports year brought Jamaicans many wonderful memories and on Friday night the sports men and women who gave us much to smile about were rewarded at the 56th staging RJR National Sportsman and Sportswoman Awards Ceremony, held at the Pegasus Hotel.
Photo: Wolmers midfielder Andrew Daley keeps a watchful eye on the tricky STGC captain Alex Marshall during their Group K M aning Cup quarter final encounter on Tuesday. Wolmers won the game 2-0 to almost certainly book a spot in the semi-finals of the Manning Cup.
Red hot Wolmers’ Boys blanked St. Georges College 2-0 in quarter finals action in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition at the Constant Spring Field on Tuesday, as only one game was possible in Group K due to heavy afternoon rains.
Photo: Kimani Decombre of Excelsior High makes a last ditch tackle to deny Akeem Robotham of St. Georges College in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Wednesday. The game ended 2-2 which means Excelsior tops the group and advances to the Walker Cup and the Super Cup for which St. Georges College were the defending champions.
Photo: St. Georges College midfielder Dominic James dribbles through a crowd of Jonathan Grant players. James scored the fourth goal as STGC ran out 4-1 winners to advance to the final where they will meet defending champions Jamaica College.
Defending champions Jamaica College, led by a brace from Donovan Dawkins turned back Denham Town 4-2, while St. George’s College, inspired by an Alex Marshall hat-trick eased pass Jonathan Grant 4-1 in the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup semifinals at Sabina Park on Saturday, to book their respective spots in the final.
Photo: Alex Marshall scored the winner for St.Georges College in their 3-2 win over Glenmuir High in the quarter-finals of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup as Sabina Park on Saturday.
Former DaCosta Cup champions Glenmuir High scored in the first minute of either half of their ISSA/FLOW Super Cup quarter-final against corporate area kingpins St. Georges College; yet found themselves on the wrong end of a 3-2 score line as their run in the 2015 edition of the Champions League of schoolboy football came to a screeching halt on Saturday.
Photo: Alex Marshall scores the second goal for St. Georges College in their 3-1 come from behind win over Haile Selassie on Wednesday at the Prison Oval.
St. Georges College made light work of Haile Selassie when they beat them 3-1 in a come from behind win at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Wednesday as action began in Group J in the second round of the Manning Cup.