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Photo: Kingston College Class 3 - 4x100m relay team displaying their gold medals at the 2015 Gibson-McCook Relays

AFTER five years in the wilderness, Kingston College will be looking to improve their fortunes at the 2015 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Boys & Girls Athletic Championships in March, inside Kingston’s National Stadium.

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Photo: Twayne Crooks of Kingston College

More than 2,000 athletes are expected for the 15th staging Youngster Goldsmith National Athletics Classics, set for February 07, 2015 at 8:00am inside the National Stadium.

The meet is hosted by Kingston College, one of the main powerhouses in Boys Track and field in Jamaica and top contenders at the annual Boys Championship which will take place next month.

This year’s staging should see top competitors from all cross Jamaican high schools, clubs and tertiary Institutions.

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Photo: Roshawn Rowe of Kingston College won the Class 3 Boys 400m at the Queens/Grace Jackson Development Meet

The Neil Harrison Coached boys signaled to the crowd that gathered within the national stadium for the 14th staging of the Queens Grace Jackson Invitational on Saturday, that not only is that “The Brave” doesn’t yield but that they aren’t afraid to send out the early warnings, as they threw down the gauntlet with some stellar performances in the one lap events on the stadium track.

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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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The two remaining spots in the semi-finals of the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup competition will be filled when the remaining four semi-finals are played at the Constant Spring and Prison Oval fields today.

At 1:00pm a straight shoot-out between Zone K leaders Camperdown High and Hydel High will determine who goes on to face defending champions Jamaica College who qualified last week.

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Photo: Hydel's Kevin Wright protects the ball from KC's Dashaun Donaldson in their Manning Cup encounter at the Spanish Town Prison Oval. Hydel will meet Camperdown in the zone decider next Monday.

Led by goals from their deadly attacking duo of Stephen Barnett and Nicholas Nelson, Hydel High eased to a comfortable 2-0 win over many times Manning Cup champions, Kingston College (KC) at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Tuesday.

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Photo: Dean Donaldson of Camperdown heads the ball to safety after coming under pressure from KC player Jerome Coombs. Camperdown defeated KC 2-0 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Monday.

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After a less than impressive opening game to the season where they edged St. Jago High 1-0 at Monk Street, the Kingston College Colts (U16) team put in a much better showing against St. Mary's College at Cloverly Park on Friday, beating them 6-1 to register their second win of the season.

KC started the game on the front foot and led by a first half hat-trick from Shamar Bloomfield, had the better of their opponents for much if the first half. They stroked the ball around confidently and had their opponents chasing shadows as they showed signs of a team rounding into form.

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Photo: Co-captain and goal keeper Shantomoi Brown strokes home a penalty for KC as they steamrolled St. Mary's College in Pepsi action on Friday at Cloverly Park.

The Kingston College Pepsi (U14) team showed their senior counterparts how to get the job done when they steamrolled St. Mary's College 14-0 in the second game of their title defence at Cloverly Park on Friday.

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