Photo: Richard Byfield of Kingston College battles with Maleke Miller of St. Jago for the ball during their ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup second round game at the Prison Oval on Wednesday. St. Jaog won the game 2-1.
Kingston College lost to St. Jago for the second time in a week when they were beaten 2-1 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval, in the second game of a double header in Group J of the Manning Cup action on Wednesday.
A smartly taken second half penalty by Ryan Smart after a beautifully worked team move that opened up space for Shaqon Bryan to score from the top of the box, seven minutes into the first half were enough to secure a 2-0 win for St. Jago over Kingston College in the quarter-finals of the Walker Cup.
Despite promising much, in reality it was something of a non-contest – with Akeem Chambers the St. Jago custodian a spectator throughout the majority of the game before being substituted.
Photo: St. Georges College captain Shevon Stewart will play a big part in any success that the defeding champions have today as they begin the quest to retain the Walker Cup title.
Defending Walker Cup champions St. Georges College will begin the defense of their title on Friday when they go up against Excelsior High School at 1:00pm at the Constant Spring Field before their North Street neighbours Kingston College take on the boys from Monk Street, St. Jago High, at 3:00pm.
Photo: CEO and founder of Express Fitness 24/7 Ansel Clarke shakes hands with Principal of Kingston College Dave Myrie after both gentlemen ironed out the details of the use of the facilities by all the sporting teams of KC. All the athletes of the school will have free use of the gym. Mr. Clarke is a KC Old Boy.
Photo: Campion College goalkeeper Christopher Lynch makes another fingertip save to deny a Kingston College goal in Group G Manning Cup action on Monday. KC won 3-0 to top the group and advance to the second round and also the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup
Kingston College sauntered into the second round of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup as well as Super Cup and Walker Cup competitions following their second comfortable win over Campion College on Monday.
Photo: Jahmal Pusey got the second goal for Kingston College against Jose Marti as the Purples moved to twelve points in Group G on the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition on Saturday.
Kingston College continued their fantastic run in this season's ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition when they racked up their fourth straight win to increase their strangle hold on Group G at the half way stage of the opening round. Saturday's 2-0 win at Jose Marti means the famed 'Purples' now have 12 points and have gained their third clean sheet as well.
Photo: Kingston College hat-trick hero Rashawn McKinson attempts to go by Campion College goalkeeper Christopher Lynch, looking on are Campion defenders Jamie Hudson #4 and Jordan Scott. KC won the game 6-0.
Kingston College continued their perfect start to the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition with a third victory on the trot, crushing Campion College 6-0 on the back of a Rashawn McKinson hat-trick at the Stadium East field on Monday.
Photo: Oneilio Willis of Waterford High protects the ball from Rashawn McKinson of Kingston College during their Manning Cup encounter at Waterford on Friday. KC won the game 1-0 to record their second win of the season. Waterford was slipping to their third straight defeat and will now find it very difficult to advance of the second round of the competition.