Lenworth Hyde

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The fourth staging of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup Competition gets going today with what promises to be an exciting double header at the Catherine Hall Sports Complex  The new look competition which begins at the quarter final round instead of the usual round of sixteen will see Ben Francis Cup champions Clarendon College take on Calabar High at 5pm before St. Elizabeth Technical face St. Andrew Technical in the feature encounter.
 
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Lenworth Hyde,Reggae Boyz,

Photo: Lenworth Hyde

Lenworth 'teacher' Hyde has been appointed by the Jamaica Football Federation as Assistant National Under 20 Coach with immediate effect.

Coach Hyde will assist present National Under 20 coach Theodore Whitmore in the final stages of Jamaica's National Under 20 team's preparation for the CONCACAF Under 20 Championship which will be held in Jamaica, January 9-24, 2015.

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Photo: Lenny "Teacha" Hyde, coach of Kingston College, poses with the brand new LIME Super Cup

Kingston, Jamaica – September, 4,2014 – Telecommunications firm LIME, title sponsors of the ongoing LIME/ISSA School Boy Football competition, this morning announced that a new competition, the LIME Super Cup, is expected to bring new innovation, energy and excitement to the ever popular secondary school football competition when introduced in October.

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Photo: Action from last year's Manning Cup

The battle of the “North Street Giants” is the most famous derby in corporate area schoolboy football and fans will be treated to four such matches this season as Kingston College (KC) and St. Georges College (STGC) are set to face each other in two preseason tournaments, as well as being drawn in the same group in the Manning Cup for the first time in years.