ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup
Photo: Renato Campbell scored the lone goal for defending champions Kingston College as they beat St. Andrew Technical High School 1-0 to advance to the final of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup competition
The 2017 edition of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup final will have the same two finalists as it did last year as defending champions Kingston College (KC) and losing 2016 finalists Jamaica College (JC) advanced to the urban area knock out final in contrasting styles at the National Stadium on Saturday.
Photo: Captain Javain Brown got the opener for Kingston College as they ran out 2-1 winners over St. George's College in the quarter finals of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup at the Stadium East Field on Wednesday. KC will meet St. Andrew Technical in the semi-finals after they defeated Holy Trinity 4-3 on penalties after the two teams played out a 1-1 full and extra time draw. Jamaica College also advanced to the semis after their 3-1 win over St. Catherine High, also at the Stadium East Field.
Photo: Kingston College captain Javain Brown and Jamaica College captain Oquin Robinson
Kingston College will be looking to paint the city of Kingston Purple on Thursday, but must first overcome Tivoli High in the ISSA/Tru Juice Urban Area Under-14 final at 3:00pm before trying to do the same against Jamaica College in the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup final at 5:00pm inside the National Stadium.
Photo: Tevin Rochester of Jamaica College protects the ball from Akeem Grandison of Haile Selassie during their Walker Cup semi-final at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday. Jamaica College won the game 2-0 courtesy of a Duhaney Williams brace to advance to the final where they will face Kingston College next month.
Photo: Kingston College midfielder Fabian Grant is about to make a pass while under pressure from Bridgeport High midfielder Ronaldo Banks. Jevan Hunter also of Bridgeport High is looking on.
A heavy downpour which began just after the half hour mark in the first semi-final of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup match between Kingston College and Bridgeport High brought a premature end to what was shaping up to be a very intriguing contest on Tuesday at the Constant Spring Field.
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.