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: Gregory Messam Jr on the go for St. Georges College in the Walker Cup. The striker scored two goals from the penalty spot as they overcame Excelsior High to move into the semi-finals to be played on Wednesday.
A Gregory Messam Junior double helped defending champions St. George’s College defeat Excelsior High school 3-1 to move on to the semi-final stage of the ISSA/Flow Walker Cup on Friday.
Photo: St. Georges College captain Shevon Stewart on the go during the game against Paul Bogle in the St. Georges College Invitational Football Tournament at Winchester Park.. STGC won the game 4-0.
Camperdown High School and St. Georges College took the advantage on day one of the St. Georges College Invitational Football competition on Saturday, scoring comprehensive wins over Godfrey Stewart High and Paul Bogle High respectively, the two other schools in the competition.
Photo: Action from last year's Manning Cup
The battle of the “North Street Giants” is the most famous derby in corporate area schoolboy football and fans will be treated to four such matches this season as Kingston College (KC) and St. Georges College (STGC) are set to face each other in two preseason tournaments, as well as being drawn in the same group in the Manning Cup for the first time in years.