Denham Town High
Photo: Tiffany Gayle scored the winning penalty for Denham Town High to defeat St. Jago High and send her school into their first final in the ISSA/LockerRoom Schoolgirl football competition. They will face defending champions Exclesior High in the final at the Spanish Town Prison Oval Field on Monday.
Denham Town High on Thursday, earned the right to face defending champions Excelsior High School in the ISSA/LockerRoom Schoolgirl Football final after both teams advanced to Monday’s final following contrasting wins at the Spanish Town Prison Oval.
Photo: Rashawn Mackison pokes home his first of four goals as Kingston College ran out 4-0 winners over Denham Town High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition inside the National Stadium on Tuesday.
Kingston College led by four goals from Rashawn Mackison turned back pre-tournament Group C favorites Denham Town High, 4-0 in the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup inside the National Stadium on Tuesday.
Photo: Defending Manning Cup champions Jamaica College.
The ISSA/Flow Manning Cup semi-finals take place tomorrow with a double header at Sabina Park .Defending champions Jamaica College will come up against surprise semi-finalists Denham Town at 3pm, before the seemingly unstoppable St. George’s College face a fighting Johnathan Grant at 5pm.
Photo: Denham Town Manning Cup team
Denham Town High school became the first qualifiers for the semifinals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition, after ISSA today ruled that Hydel High would be docked three points and three goals, for using an ineligible player in the Manning Cup game played between the two schools last week Tuesday.
Hydel High had used a player who had received a red card in the quarter finals of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup and he should have subsequently missed the next match.
The team that advances to the semifinals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup from Group I could well be decided in the boardroom, after Denham Town High school did themselves a world of good when they clipped Innswood High 1-0 in the first game of a double header at the Constant Spring Field yesterday.
The wide open group at the start of the day, gave all four teams something to play for and Innswood started their game with enough energy and application to suggest that they wanted it more than Denham Town.
Photo: Junior Flemmings scored five goals for Jamaica College against Denham Town High on Wednesday in a 16-0 drubbing of the West Kingston based school. (file photo)
Jamaica College entered the game against Denham Town High needing to outscore Excelsior High to advance to the semi-finals of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition. Both teams were tied on four points but the Mountain View Avenue based school led by one on goal difference.