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.
Photo: Kingston College athlete Twayne Crooks is set to make his senior debut for Jamaica at the World Relays in the Bahamas this weekend
Nathon Allen of St. Jago High and Twayne Crooks of Kingston College are the two school boys named to represent Jamaica at second staging of the World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas, to be held from the May 2 to May 3.
Kingston, Jamaica – The LIME Foundation continued its proud tradition of helping to send Jamaican athletes to the annual Penn Relays Classics in the USA, with a handover yesterday morning of $3.6 million to 24 teams.
As Jamaica’s prowess on the junior athletics stage continues its steady upward march, the Foundation has been stepping up its support over the years.
Photo: Holmwood Technical team captain and triple gold medalist Lisa Buchanan
With the curtains, now down on another thrilling and spectacular, staging (105th) of the ISSA Boys and Girls Championships, fans and track and field lovers the world over are still trying to catch their collective breaths after being witnesses to some very outstanding moments over the five days and 15 records set at Champs 2015.
Calabar is indeed in pole position after Day 4 of the 105th staging of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships.
Boasting a 23 points lead and the calibre of athletes the defending champions have in finals on Day 5, one cannot fault those who believe its over.
Supporters of a rejuvenated Kingston College believe that they can steal the title on the last day having secured quality entries in many of the finals on the last day.
Calabar's two representatives are expected to finish in the top 3 or 4 in the Javelin Open
CHAMPS 2015- DAY TWO ROUND UP
Action pack 200m heats
It was a double take for defending girls champions Edwin Allen in the 200 Meter Dash Class 4, with Shanique Rowe (25.00) and Kevona Davis (25.08) top qualifiers for the finals. They were joined by one of the event favourites St. Jago's Joanne Reid (25.13), Mount Alvernia High pair of Soyinne Grenyion 25.16 secs and Shannakay Andrews (26.04). The final field is completed by Nattesha Palmer Holmwood Technical (25.82) and Dorian Nelson Excelsior High (26.04).