Kingston College

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 Jhevaughn Matherson,Kingston College,Champs 2016,Raheem Chambers,St.Jago,

Photo: Jhevaughn Matherson of Kingston College is being interview by Oshae Hudson of Yardie Sports

He may be unsure of what his schedule will be like at the upcoming ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships, but Kingston College’s Jhevaughn Matherson is keen to seize the chance to test himself against the best Class One sprinters after recovering from an injury that took him out during the Championships last year in his final year at Class Two..

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Champs 2016,Dejour Russell,Youngster Goldsmith Meet,Calabar,Kingston College,

Photo: Dejour Russell of Calabar leads all challengers in the Class 2 Boys 110m Hurldes at the Digicel/Puma Youngster/Goldsmith Meet on Saturday. Russell won the event in 11.41s.

Reigning Class Two 100m and 110m hurdles champion, Dejour Russel of Calabar shone bright at the Digicel/Puma Youngster Goldsmith Meet on Saturday, taking the unique double at the National Stadium in Kingston.

He won the 110m hurdles final in 14.11 seconds ahead of teammates Micheal Stephens 14.25 seconds and Orlanda Bennett 14.28 seconds.

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Shanice Love,Zico Campbell,Excelsior,Kingston College,Champs 2016,

Photo: Shanice Love of Excelsior High and Zico Campbell of Kingston College both won in the field at the Youngster Goldsmith Classics on Saturday and the Digicel Grand Prix Series got underway.

The second staging of the lucrative Digicel Track and Field Grand Prix Series got going on Saturday with the Digicel/Puma Youngster/Goldsmith Meet at the National Stadium.

Several top athletes, from various high schools across Jamaica came out with the hope of cashing in big on the $16 million in cash and prizes on offer.

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Kingston College,Rainford Bloomfield,Dr. Leroy Stephenson,

Photo: (left) Rainford Bloomfield, President of the Kingston College Old Boys’ Association USA Inc. (NY Chapter) and (right) Dr. Leroy Stephenson son of late old boy, Ronald N. Stephenson, flank the Ronald N. Stephenson Shcolarship recepients. Over 100 boys who attend Kingston College benefitted from over $JMD4Million this year.





Over 100 boys who attend Kingston College benefitted from the on-going scholarship programme at the school in November, when they were provided with individual scholarships amounting to over $JMD4Million this year.

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Kingston College,Camperdown High,Bridgeport High,Raymond Thompson,

Photo: Members of the Kingston College U-16 team and coaching staff celebrate their championship win over Bridgeport High on Monday at the Constant Spring Field. KC dehtroned Bridgeport following their 2-1 win.




Kingston College celebrated a unique football double, retaining the ISSA/WATA Under-14 title when they defeated Camperdown High and snatching the Under-16 title from defending champions Bridgeport High, following identical 2-1 wins in the finals at the Constant Spring Field on Monday.

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Kingston College,St. Georges College,Raymond Watson,Marcel Gayle,

Photo: Dwayne Atkinson scores his second and the fourth for Kingston College as they put their near neighbours St. Georges College to the sword in a 4-0 triumph in the ISSA/WATA Under-14 semi-finals on Thursday.

Kingston College added to an already woeful two weeks of football that their near neighours St. Georges College has had, when they dumped them out of both the ISSA/WATA Under-14 and Under-16 competitions on Thursday, at Jamaica College.

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Jahmal Pusey,Kingston College,Eltham High,

Photo: Midfield battle - Kingston College goal scorer Jahmal Pusey fights for possession of the ball with Eltham High player Chevar Tucker during their Under-16 encounter on Monday. A lone strike from Pusey in the 79th minute was enough to secure all three points for KC.



Kingston College secured home wins over Eltham High in the ISSA Under 14 and Under 16 football competitions on Monday to be just a point away from qualification for the semi-finals of both competitions.

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Kingston College face rivals St. George’s College today, in what promise to be another very interesting 'Battle of the North Street Giants'. Both teams have a lot at stake as this match decides who goes through to the semifinal in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup.

The match is schedule to kick off at the Constant Spring field at 3pm. On paper, St. George’s College should win this encounter without much difficulty minus their captain Shevon Stewart who could rest his injury today.