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Photo: Aaron Thomas of Sts. Peter & Paul won gold in the Class One Boys High Jump when he cleared 1.55m,






Defending champions Hydel Prep sent a strong signal of intent to defend their JISA/Tastee National Prep Schools Track and Field Championships on day one of the three day championships when they assumed the lead after three finals while positioning themselves in a lot of the semifinals set to be run on today’s second day.

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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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Photo: Tyreek Magee of Jamaica College turns away from Kevin Wright of Hydel High during their Group I quarter final game in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup at the Prison Oval Field on Wednesday. Hydel captain Mallek Campbell is looking on. Jamaica College won the game 3-1.




Defending champions Jamaica College put one foot in the ISSA/FOW Manning Cup semi-finals with a comfortable 3-1 win over Hydel High in Group I quarter final action at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Wednesday.

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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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Photo: Hydel striker Stephen Barnett goes high to head clear in his school's 3-0 win over Denham Town High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Tuesday at the Prison Oval.



Former Manning Cup champions Camperdown High School was held to a 1-1 draw by Innswood High while Hydel High thrashed Denham Town 3-0 on Tuesday as second round action began in Group I of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup.

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Photo: JISA Netball Rally Champions 2015 - Wolmers Prep



The Jamaica Independent Schools Association (JISA) 2015-16 netball season got underway on Thursday October 15th with the usual rally at the Lela Robinson Courts in Kingston.

Twenty eight prep schools took part in the one day event and Wolmers Prep emerged champions after they defeated Hydel Prep 4-3 in a final that went to extra time.

Vaz Prep defeated last year’s league champions Quest Prep 2-0 in the third place play-off.

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Photo: Holmwood Technical team captain and triple gold medalist Lisa Buchanan

With the curtains, now down on another thrilling and spectacular, staging (105th) of the ISSA Boys and Girls Championships, fans and track and field lovers the world over are still trying to catch their collective breaths after being witnesses to some very outstanding moments over the five days and 15 records set at Champs 2015.

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Defending champions Hydel Prep was made to work hard in their 2-1 win over Wolmer’s Prep as action continued in the quarter-final round of the Tastee/JISA Alberga Cup at the UWI Bowl on Monday.

Hydel seized control of the game from almost the opening whistle and it was no surprise when they took the lead in the 9th minute when young prodigy Damoy Whitehorn dribbled pass three defenders with absolute ease before slotting into the far corner past a hapless Mathew Grant in the Wolmer’s goal.

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Camperdown High school qualified for the semifinals of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition for the first time in 24 years when Ajuma Johnson hit a second half brace that included a late equalizer, in a 2-2 draw to deny opponents Hydel High at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Monday.