Photo: Renato Campbell scored the first goal for Kingston College as they ran out 3-1 winners over Excelsior High in Group E action in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup at the Stadium East Field on Saturday. KC have now won five straight games and leads the group on maximum 15 points.
Kingston College passed their sternest test yet of the 2017 edition of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition, putting in a solid performance to overcome a determined Excelsior High school 3-1 at the Stadium East field on Saturday.
Photo: Excelsior High captain Tarania Clarke receives the (ISSA)/Locker Room schoolgirl football trophy from Locker Room Marketing Executive after they defeated Lennon High 2-1 in the final at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Tuesday.
Excelsior High school claimed their first Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Locker Room schoolgirl football title since 2013 when they beat defending champions Lennon High 2-1 in the final played at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Tuesday.
All is set for what is expected to be another exciting Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships beginning today inside the National Stadium.
The 107th staging of this prestigious event will see Calabar High and Edwin Allen High try to defend their respective boys’ and girls’ titles during five days of grueling action as over 100 schools try to take away their titles.
Photo: President of Jamaica Lacrosse Calbert Hutchinson, presents the championship trophy to St. Georges College who defeated Kingston College 6-5 in the final at the Wolmers play field on Friday.
St. Georges College and St. Hugh’s High school claimed their second Lacrosse titles in nail biting finishes over Kingston College and Wolmers’ Girls respectively at the Wolmers’ play field on Friday.
Photo: Davian Shakes of Kingston College gets fistful of the jersey of Alphanso Gooden of Wolmers' Boys in their Walker Cup quarter-final game recently. KC won on penalties to knock the champions out of the competition. The two teams will come face to face in the quarter-finals of the Super Cup on Saturday and Wolmers' has nothing but revenge on their minds.
Photo: Excelsior co-captain Cadine Graham celebrates after bringing his team level at 1-1 against Jonathan Grant in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition on Monday. Excelsior went on to win the game 2-1 when Tyrick Sutherland scored the winner in the second half.
Excelsior High school and Holy Trinity High scored identical 2-1 victories over Jonathan Grant and Camperdown High respectively on Monday as the quarterfinal round of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition began in earnest at the Constant Spring Field.
Photo: Kimani DeCombre scores an easy tap in at the back post passed Khari Williams to give Excelsior High the lead against Ocho Rios High in the 5th minute of their ISSA/FLOW Super Cup game at Sabina Park on Friday evening. Excelsior went on to win the game 5-0.
Spectators were treated to a sumptuous meal of goals in the opening games of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup at Sabina Park on Friday evening. Excelsior High outclassed their rural opponents Ochi Rios High 5-0 to march on easily to the next round of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW Super Cup.
Photo: Jamaica College captain, Aquin Robinson pulled the strings in midfield for his team as they totally dominated Holy Trinity High to win 3-0 in the quarter finals of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup at the Constant Spring Field on Saturday. Jamaica College will next face Haile Selassie who in the semifinal on Tuesday at the same venue.
While Jamaica College eased into the semi-finals of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup, Haile Selassie were made to work hard by 10-man Excelsior High in a game that went all the way to penalty kicks at the Constant Spring Field on Saturday.
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.