Jamaica College

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At the start of the schoolboy football season, Jamaica College (JC) captain and last year's Manning Cup most valuable player, Junior Flemmings made a vow to be the first person to captain a schoolboy football team to four titles in one season.

The addition of the LIME Super Cup to the football landscape means that there are now four possible trophies up for grabs in a season.

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Photo: Junior Flemmings scored five goals for Jamaica College against Denham Town High on Wednesday in a 16-0 drubbing of the West Kingston based school. (file photo)

Jamaica College entered the game against Denham Town High needing to outscore Excelsior High to advance to the semi-finals of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition. Both teams were tied on four points but the Mountain View Avenue based school led by one on goal difference.

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The second semi-final of the LIME Super Cup held at the National Stadium on Saturday was a well anticipated match up between last year's champions of the rural area, St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) and the urban area Jamaica College (JC). It brought out the largest crowd of the competition thus far.

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Photo: Jamaica College captain, Junior Flemmings celebrates his goal against Hydel in the quarter-final of the LIME Super Cup. JC will face STETHS today in the second semi-final at the National Stadium starting at 4:00pm.

At the beginning of the schoolboy football season, a new competition, the LIME Super Cup, was added to the high school football landscape. The introduction of this new competition meant that for the first time ever, one school would have the opportunity to win four titles in one season.

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Photo: Akeene Shackford fires home the second goal for Jamaica College who defeated Hydel High 2-1 in the semi-final of the Walker Cup on Wednesday. JC will play St. Georges College in the final.

Jamaica College, the schoolboy triple football champions of 2010, battled their way to the final of the ISSA/LIME Walker Cup when they clipped Hydel High 2-1 at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday.

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Photo: Captain Junior Flemmings hit a brace as Jamaica College blew away Holy Trinity 4-0 in the Walker Cup yesterday.

Jamaica College who has been unbeaten all season crushed Holy Trinity by 4-0 in the ISSA School Boy football Walker Cup competition yesterday at the Constant Spring Mini-stadium.

The stands were filled, mostly of the "True Blue" supporters and the conditions were ideal for football which set the stage for a good encounter.

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Photo: Action from the match between JC and STATHS....JC won 3-0

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Group A
Kingston College 1-0 Jose Marti
Campion College 1-7 St. Georges College

Group D
Haile Selassie 1-2 Bridgeport High
Greater Portmore 1-3 Camperdown
Dunoon 3-2 Papine

Group E
Spanish Town 1-1 Wolmer’s
Holy Trinity 1-0 Trench Town

Group G
Jonathan Grant 3-3 Norman Manley
Jamaica College 3-0 STATHS

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Group A
Kingston College vs. Jose Marti
Campion College vs. St. George’s College

Group D -

*Bridgeport vs. Haile Selassie @1pm - Ferdie Neita Park
*Greater Portmore vs. Camperdown @ 3pm - Ferdie Neita Park
Dunoon vs. Papine

Group E
Spanish Town vs. Wolmer’s Boys
Holy Trinity vs. Trench Town

Group G
Jamaica College vs. STATHS
Jonathan Grant vs. Norman Manley

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Group A
Campion College vs. Kingston College (postponed due to water-logged field)
Waterford .0-0 Jose Marti

Group D
Dunoon 1-0.Bridgeport
Greater Portmore 0-1.Haile Selassie
Papine 1-4. Camperdown

Group E
Clan Carthy 0-0. Trench Town
Spanish Town .0-1 Holy Trinity

Group G
Jonathan Grant 1-2 Jamaica College
KTHS 1-0.STATHS

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Photo: Vashon McCarthy in the "True Blue"

In the 2013 edition of the annual Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Boys and Girls Championship Vashon McCarthy brought glory his former school, Ascot High in winning the Boys Class 2 Shot Put title, becoming the first ever champs gold medalist in the event. The 2014 edition was never to be a repeat of such a feat, after the news broke that McCarthy was being barred from competing at the event by his school’s principal due to involvement with an external coach.

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