The Queen’s School Past Students’ Association - Sports Development Committee will host the 16 th staging of the annual Queen’s/Grace Jackson Meet on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at the National Stadium. The meet remains a qualifying meet for the Boy’s and Girls’ Championships, and continues to serve as a season opener for many elite athletes.
The order of events includes but is not limited to 200M, 400M, 4x400M, long jump and high jump. The event with commence at 8:30am, admission is JMD $500 for adults and JMD$200 for students with ID and children under 12 years old.
The ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Champs 2016, runners up Hydel High girls track and field team, and Kinsgton College provided strong showings at the 2nd installment of the McKenley/Wint Track & Field Classic held on Saturday, January 21, 2017 on the grounds of Calabar High School.
With noticeable top name absentees, such as Christopher Taylor, Dejour Russell and Michael Stephens from the Calabar squad, Kingston College with their throng of supporters dominated much of the day’s proceedings as did the Ferry based Hydel High.
Photo: KC's Nathaniel Bann leading the field in the Class One Boys 800m at the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College. Bann has returned from two years of injuries and is looking to get ready for Camps 2017.
A host of high school athletes rolled out on Saturday at the 24th staging of the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College as they continue to hone their skills and get in shape for another exciting season of athletics.
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: Kingston College captain, Kamoy Asher receives the ISSA/Trujuice Under-16 Urban Area schoolboy football trophy from ISSA President Dr. Walton Small.
Huge favourites Kingston College made light work of rivals Calabar High school, defeating them 3-0 inside the National Stadium to make it back to back title wins in the ISSA/Trujuice Under-16 Urban Area schoolboy football competition.
Donovan Dawkins of Jamaica College goes by Philip Graves of Holy Trinity High during their Manning Cup semi-final inside the National Stadium on Saturday. Defending champions Jamaica College won the game 5-0 to advance to the final where they will play Wolmers' Boys.
Jamaica College and Wolmers Boys’ will face off in the finals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition on Saturday November 26th after both teams registered comfortable semi-final wins over Holy Trinity and Kingston College respectively last Saturday.
Photo: Fabian Grant protects the ball from Donte Green in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup quarter final match at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Tuesday. Grant scored the third goal as Kingston College ran out 3-0 winners over Bridgeport High to become the first team to advance to the semi-finals this season.