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Excelsior High

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Photo: Excelsior sharp shooter Racoya Douglas is a picture of concentration before executing a shot in the semifinal against Christ Church Foundation yesterday. Douglas dropped in 17/28 as Excelsior won the game 61-42. 

 

 

 

It will be an all-Jamaican final between Excelsior High and Holmwood Technical at the inaugural staging of the AFNA Champion of Champions High School Netball Tournament at the Leila Robinson Netball Courts, in Kingston, Jamaica this afternoon.

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Scarborough Secondary of Trinidad and Tobago registered their second win of the AFNA Champion of Champions High School Netball tournament on Tuesday but were made to work hard by a plucky Dominica State College (DSC). Both teams struggled with the very strong afternoon winds and intense heat that resulted in the teams being offered one minute water breaks during each quarter.

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Photo: Intense midcourt action in the AFNA Champion of Champions Netball Tournament at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston on Monday.

 

 

 

 

The two Jamaican schools contesting the AFNA Champion of Champions Netball Tournament at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston, Excelsior High and Holmwood Technical, made it two wins from as many games on Monday with comfortable wins over Stringer Memorial and Dominica State College respectively.

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Jamaican high schools Holmwood Technical and Excelsior High along with Dominica State College all scored wins on day one of the AFNA Champion of Champions High School Netball Tournament held at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston Jamaica on Sunday.

Holmwood Technical who faced Christ Church Foundation of Barbados in the first game of the competition ran out comfortable 35-23 winners after a slow start that saw them trailing 4-6 at the end of the first quarter.

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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.

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Amongst a plethora of meets this week, lies a special track and field event that is quickly making a name for itself on the track and field calendar in the country. The Corporate Area Development Meet, which forms a part of the Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Series, has come in to fill a much needed gap for schools in the Kingston Metropolitan Area. The meet will take place today and tomorrow at the National Stadium starting at 9am each day.
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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.

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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.

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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.

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