ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup

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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.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Hydel High,Denham Town High,

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.

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Camperdown,Hydel High,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Brad Tulley,

Photo: Hydel midfielder Brad Tulley chases after his Camperdown counterpart Tajae Brown during their Group I Manning Cup clash at the Constant Spring field on Wednesday. The game ended 2-2

 

In the drama filled second game of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup in Group I, at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday, Camperdown rallied from a goal down to take a 2-1 lead but somehow allowed Hydel who had been reduced to nine men to get a share of the spoils.

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Denham Town High,Innswood High,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,

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.

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Jonathan Grant,Charlie Smith,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,

Photo: Jonathan Grant midfielder Tyrone Small gets off a shot before Charlie Smith captain Shaquille Notice can recover. Jonathan Grant won the game 2-0 and now needs only a point in their last game against Calabar to advance to the semifinals of the Manning Cup.

Jonathan Grant (JG) defeated Charlie Smith 2-0 to take pole position in Group K of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition on Monday at the Spanish Town Prison Oval.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Charlie Smith,Calabar,

Photo: Charlie Smith captain Shaquille Notice protects the ball during the Manning Cup match against Calabar. Notice hit a brace to guide his team to a come from behind 2-1 win on Thursday,

Charlie Smith edged Calabar High at the Constant Spring Field in Group K. quarterfinal action of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Thursday. Charlie Smith, led by a brace from Shaquille Notice came from behind to defeat Calabar 2-1 and returned to winning ways in the competition.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Kingston College,St. Jago,

Photo: Richard Byfield of Kingston College battles with Maleke Miller of St. Jago for the ball during their ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup second round game at the Prison Oval on Wednesday. St. Jaog won the game 2-1.

 

 

Kingston College lost to St. Jago for the second time in a week when they were beaten 2-1 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval, in the second game of a double header in Group J of the Manning Cup action on Wednesday.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,St. Georges College,Haile Selassie,Alex Marshall,

Photo: Alex Marshall scores the second goal for St. Georges College in their 3-1 come from behind win over Haile Selassie on Wednesday at the Prison Oval.

 

 

St. Georges College made light work of Haile Selassie when they beat them 3-1 in a come from behind win at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Wednesday as action began in Group J in the second round of the Manning Cup.

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