Jamaica College

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Obrien Wasome,Champs Fever 2015,Jamaica College,Clayton Brown

Photo: Clayton Brown and Obrien Wasome, members of JC's 'jumpers squad' are looking towards goal medals at champs.

When Obrien Wasome leapt a distance of 16.12 metres at the Queens/Grace Jackson Invitational Meet in Kingston Jamaica on Saturday January 31st, 2015, he became the first Jamaican schoolboy to clear a distance of 16 metres in the triple jump.

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Devaughn Baker,Jamaica College,Champs Fever 2015

“The measure of a man is not whether he falls down, but whether he gets up again.” ~Anonymous

A few years ago, after the Jamaican triumphs in Beijing and Berlin, an IAAF team visited Jamaica to do a feature on our Track and Field program. A shy then 12 or 13 year old Devaughn Baker of Jamaica College told the IAAF representative that he wanted to do well at track and field so that he could help his mother of whom he spoke glowingly.

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Jamaica College,Shamal Thomas, Football of the World Foundation, Game of Life Foundation

Photo: Former Jamaica College Manning Cup player Shamal Thomas (right) makes a donation to the P.E. teacher at Lawrence Tavern Primary School on behalf of the Game of Life Foundation. The donation of gears and equipment was made on Wednesday January 7th.

Shamal Thomas a member of the Jamaica College Manning Cup team between 2008-2010 and winner of four titles during that period, including two Walker Cup titles and the Manning Cup and Olivier Shield, on Wednesday launched his football foundation – Game of Life Foundation - at his primary school, Lawrence Tavern Primary.

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Photo: Tahje Cooke strikes the ultimate blow for Kingston College who defeated Jamaica College 1-0 to defend the ISSA/WATA Urban Area Under 14 schoolboy football title.

Kingston College retained the ISSA/WATA Urban Area U14 Schoolboy football title when they defeated Jamaica College 1-0 courtesy of a stunning left footed strike from Captain Tahje Cooke in the 27th minute of the game at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday.

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Photo: Michael Allen of Kingston College scored the opener in his team's win over Dunoon Technical in the ISSA/WATA Urban Area Under -14 semi-final last Thursday at the Constant Spring Field. KC won the game 2-0

Defending champions Kingston College will face-off against Jamaica College in the final of the ISSA/WATA Under-14 (Pepsi) football finals on Wednesday December 3rd at the Constant Spring Field at 1:00pm. This after both schools registered identical 2-0 wins over Dunoon Technical and Ardenne High in their semi-finals on Thursday at the same venue.

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Phorto: St.Georges College celebrate winning their 9th Walker Cup title

St. Georges College secured their record 9th hold on the ISSA/LIME Walker Cup title when they outscored Jamaica College 3-2 at the Constant Spring Field on Thursday. The win for STGC ended the hopes of JC to win all four titles on offer in corporate area schoolboy football this season.

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Photo: Devonte Francis may hold the key to success for St.Georges College.

Jamaica College goes in hunt of their third title this season when they face St Georges College in the ISSA/LIME Walker Cup final at the Constant Spring Field today, starting at 2:30pm.

JC's unbeaten run for the season will be put to the test by a team that has been lying in wait since November 3.

STGC has not played a game since being knocked out of the Manning Cup by Wolmers, when they were soundly beaten 3-0 courtesy of a Jaheel Hyde hat-trick.

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Jamaica College carved out a gritty 2-1 win over a determined 10-man Charlie Smith,`in extra time, to defend their Manning Cup title at the National Stadium on Saturday. It was their third title in four years and second since their treble winning season of 2011.

The game took a while to come alive but when it did, it provided a treat for the fans who packed into the grandstand and not surprisingly ended up being decided in extra time.

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Jamaica College, the defending champions of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition and only remaining unbeaten team in schoolboys football this season will be seeking to defend their title when they face former champions Charlie Smith High school at 4:00pm at the National Stadium today.

The Two teams have played some very attractive football and have shown that they deserve to be in this season's Manning Cup final.