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 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Old Harbour High School,Basketball,ISSA,

The Old Harbour High School basketball team remains Kings of the ISSA High School Northern Conference Basketball championships, after they copped their tenth straight crown on Tuesday.The U19 team has not lost a match in the regular season or playoff games in the last ten years.

The Ricardo Edwards coached unit steamed rolled York Castle High, 58-23 to close out the series two-nil on Tuesday at Foster Complex. They won game one on 65-15 last Thursday.

Javell Redwood with 18 points and 13 rebounds and Tajay Hamilton 11 points and 17 steals led the scoring for the team.

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Photo: Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for Sport Hon Natalie Neita Headley

Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for Sport Hon Natalie Neita Headley has congratulated the Jamaica Women’s Basketball Team on its success at the Caribbean Championships in the US Virgin Islands. The national Women’s Basketball team defeated the Dominican Republic in a hard fought match to capture the Caribbean Championships on the weekend.

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Photo: Wata Brand Manager Janine Josephs, (center) is flanked by the founders of the RuJohn Foundation, Andrew ‘King Bach’ Bachelor, a famed Viner and Hollywood actor and father Byron Bachelor, executive director of the RuJohn Foundation and former Kingston College student. Wata was a sponsor of the 2014 installment of the RuJohn Sports Foundation Sports Camp held on Monday June 23at Kingston College. The camp has been providing a host of opportunities for youngsters as they are given the chance to interact with international sports stars and TV personalities who coach and mentor them. 

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June 14, 2014| Kingston, Jamaica - The Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) and the Jamaica Baskeball Association (JaBA) has teamed up to resurrect the mini basketball programme which has been dormant for the last five years.


Presently schools from St James and the Corporate Area will be involved in an exploratory league (rally) format this school term with the Western Basketball Association (WBA) supervising the St James leg.


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Photo: Arnett Gardens Rockers v Waterhouse Blazers (file photo)


The 2014 INSPORTS/Southern Conference Community Basketball final will go to a fifth and decisive game as Arnett Gardens Rockers defeated Waterhouse Blazers 75-66 to level the series.


Having lost the first two of this best-of-five contest, Arnett gallantly fought back to win games three and last night’s game four played at Arnett Gardens.

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Photo: Jason Young of Arnett Gardens Rockers drives by Sean McLean of Waterhouse Blazers


Arnett Garden Rockers avoided the sweep as they defeated Waterhouse Blazers 79-64 in Game 3 of the best-of-five final in the INSPORTS/SCB Community Basketball at Waterhouse on June 6.

Trailing 2-0 in the series, the Rockers got off to a flying start, dominating the first two quarters to lead by 18 points at half-time with Delano Mallett, Vivian Spence and Arnel Campbell in great form.


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Photo: Lebron James (Getty Images)


With th NBA finals beginning tonight the question that comes to mind is will these finals will be an instant replay of last year or will the champions be dethroned? 

The defending champions, the Miami Heat and the good ole champions the San Antonio Spurs will face off once again in the NBA finals beginning in San Antonio. This series is the first NBA rematch in 16 years.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

Waterhouse Blazers will look to go 2-0 up in the Community Basketball finals when they face Arnett Gardens Rockers at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex tonight.

In a tense and exciting game one played at the Waterhouse Mini-Stadium Courts, the Blazers made home court advantage count in overtime as the teams were tied at 60 at the end of regulation.

Waterhouse got off to a comfortable start and led 20-10 at the end of the first quarter but Arnett Gardens clawed their way back in the game in the second, outscoring their opponents by 1 as the half ended 32-23.