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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Kingston College,St. Georges College,Jamaica College,Wolmer's Boys,Calabar,Hydel,HolyTrinity

The second round of the new look Manning Cup competition, begins on today with only six of the expected eight games. The second round will be contested by sixteen seeded teams with the higher seeded teams facing off against the lower seeded teams.

With some preliminary round games yet to be played, only six match-ups have been confirmed and these games will be contested across three venues.

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Romeo Guthrie,Zidon Clarke,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Charlie Smith,Calabar,Jerome Waite,Tyrick Reid,Andre Williams

Photo: Charlie Smith goal scorers Andre Williams and Tyrick Reid helped their team to a 2-0 win over Calabar High in Group G action in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Friday. Charlie Smith now move to the top of the group on goal difference both schools have 18 points.




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Rudolph Speid,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Rivaldo English,Wolmer's Boys,Tivoli Gardens High,Kingston College,Rashawn Mackison,Jamaica College,Charlie Smith,Calabar,

Photo: Wolmer's Boys coach Rudolph Speid urging on his players during their 0-0 draw with Tivoli Gardens High on Monday.





Joint leaders in Group A, Tivoli Gardens and Wolmer’s Boys played at an exciting 0-0 draw at the Tivoli Gardens High school on Monday while defending champions Jamaica College eked out a 2-1 win over Papine High and the red-hot Kingston College remained perfect after four starts when they got by Greater Portmore 3-1 on a busy day in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Monday.

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Nathaniel Bann,Champs 2017,Kingston College,Jamaica College,Calabar,St. Jago,Edwin Allen,Holmwood,

Photo: KC's Nathaniel Bann leading the field in the Class One Boys 800m at the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College. Bann has returned from two years of injuries and is looking to get ready for Camps 2017.

A host of high school athletes rolled out on Saturday at the 24th staging of the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College as they continue to hone their skills and get in shape for another exciting season of athletics.

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Champs 2016,Dejour Russell,Youngster Goldsmith Meet,Calabar,Kingston College,

Photo: Dejour Russell of Calabar leads all challengers in the Class 2 Boys 110m Hurldes at the Digicel/Puma Youngster/Goldsmith Meet on Saturday. Russell won the event in 11.41s.

Reigning Class Two 100m and 110m hurdles champion, Dejour Russel of Calabar shone bright at the Digicel/Puma Youngster Goldsmith Meet on Saturday, taking the unique double at the National Stadium in Kingston.

He won the 110m hurdles final in 14.11 seconds ahead of teammates Micheal Stephens 14.25 seconds and Orlanda Bennett 14.28 seconds.

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Hydel High,Taqece Duggan,Edwin Allen High ,Calabar,Champs 2016,

Photo: Taqece Duggan of Hydel High winning her heat of the Class One Girls 400m at the McKenley/Wint Classic on Saturday.

Last year’s history screams out that Girls Championship runners up, Hydel High is destined for a bigger move this year with eyes set on winning the coveted title held by the 'Blues' of Frankfeild, Clarendon, Edwin Allen High School.

The truth is that history has never done a lap or scaled a height on a track or in the field. Anything can happen when athletes from around the country gather inside the National Stadium come March.

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Calabar,Authur Wint,Herb McKenley,Portia Simpson-Miller,Champs 2016,

Photo: Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller winning the first race on the new track at Calabar High School last Friday.

The unveiling of the six-lane 400 meter track was a special and historic moment for those who gathered on the school grounds of Calabar High at 61 Red Hills Road on Friday. The track and field powerhouse is the first and only high school in Jamaica and by extension the Caribbean to have a synthetic running track on its compound.

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Champs 2016,Vere Technical,St. Jago,Hydel,Calabar,Douglas Forrest Invitational,

Photo: Vere Technical sprinter Britany Anderson storming to victory in the Class 3 Girls 200 m at the Douglas Forrest Invitational Meet at the National Stadium last Saturday.

The 12th staging of the Douglas Forrest Invitational on Saturday was graced by a host of high school teams who came out to continue their build up to this year’s ISSA Boys and Girls Championships.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Jonathan Grant,Calabar,

Photo: Leroy Hunter (kneeling) raises his hands to the heavens after his school Jonathan Grant secured a point against Calabar High to finish Group K on seven points and advance to the semi-finals for the first time since 2001. Looking on is his teammate Michael Beckford.




Jonathan Grant High school hung on for dear life, for twelve minutes of regulation time and five minutes of added time to secure a 2-2 draw with Calabar High school and subsequently advanced to the semi-finals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition for the first time since in 2001.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Charlie Smith,Calabar,

Photo: Charlie Smith captain Shaquille Notice protects the ball during the Manning Cup match against Calabar. Notice hit a brace to guide his team to a come from behind 2-1 win on Thursday,

Charlie Smith edged Calabar High at the Constant Spring Field in Group K. quarterfinal action of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Thursday. Charlie Smith, led by a brace from Shaquille Notice came from behind to defeat Calabar 2-1 and returned to winning ways in the competition.