ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup

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 Holy Trinity,Devon Anderson,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Waterford High,

Holy Trinity defender Omario Cole is unalbe to get his had out of the way in time after Waterford High midfielder Christopher Holness tries to clip the ball past him. Holy Trinity High defeated Waterford High 3-1 in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Monday.




Holy Trinity High exacted sweet revenge on Waterford High when they beat them 3-1 in their first round return leg game in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition at the Santos Field on Monday.

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Dominic James,St. Georges College,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Excelsior High school,Neville Bell,

Photo: Dominic James playing for St. Georges College in the Manning Cup recently.






Jamaica’s football fraternity was sent into a tailspin on Tuesday when young Dominic James died shortly after collapsing on the football field during a Manning Cup game.

James, captain of the St. Georges College team, fell to the ground just two minute into the Manning Cup game against Excelsior High at the Stadium East field.

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Rashawn Mackison,Kingston College,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Papine High,Ludlow Bernard,

Photo: Rashawn Mackison hit a brace on Friday to guide Kingston College to a 2-0 win over Papine High. It was their third straight win in the Manning Cup. Mackison has now scored seven goals in three games for his school.

Kingston College continued to impress in the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup as they brushed aside Papine High 2-0 on Friday, to stay perfect after three games.

A Rashawn Mackison brace ensured that KC stayed atop their group, with a maximum nine points and they are yet to concede a goal.

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Kingston College,Manning Cup,Denham Town High,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Rashawn Mackison,Ludlow Bernard,

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.

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ISSA/Flow Manning Cup,Excelsior High,Tarrant High,Ryan Spence,Shavar Thomas,

Former champions Excelsior High school defeated Tarrant High 4-0 at home to get off to a winning start in the ISSA/Flow Manning Cup competition on Monday. Led by a first half brace from Ryan Spence and second half strikes by Voshawn Williams and Malik Mills, the Mountain View Avenue based school eased to a comfortable win in front of a large partisan crowd.

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Jamaica College,St. Georges College,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Miguel Coley,Neville Bell,

Photo: Jamaica College celebrates their third straight hold on the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup following a 1-0 win over St. Georges College in the final at Sabina Park on Saturday.

Jamaica College defended their Manning Cup title and claimed their third straight lien by defeating St. George’s College 1-0 in a epic and nail biting final at Sabina Park on Saturday. A 90th minute header from Donovan Dawkins settled the contest to break St. Georges hearts and exact revenge for the hammering they took in the Super Cup finals two weeks earlier.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Jamaica College,St. Georges College,Jonathan Grant,Denham Town High,

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.

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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.