Photo: Kingston College striker Rashwan Mackison scored the first goal for Kingston College as they ran out 2-0 winners of Jamaica College to inflict the first defeat on the champions in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup since 2011. The victory saw KC advance along with JC to the semi-finals of the competition.
The Jamaica College juggernaut rolled all over Mona High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Tuesday, as they steamrolled their neighbours 5-0 courtesy of a brace from captain Maleik Howell, a brace from Tevin Rochester and an injury time strike from Shaniel Thomas at their Old Hope Road base.
Having whipped Donald Quarrie 9-0 on Saturday, it was a matter of how many the Miguel Coley boys would be able to bag as they increase their strangle hold on a group they were expected to dominate from day one.
Photo: Action from the DaCosta Cup final 2016 between Cornwall College and St. Elizabeth Technical High School. Cornwall College won the game as they celebrated their 120th anniversary.
Though unofficial, the Jamaican schoolboy football transfer window is now open. With exams results coming out on Friday, coaches can now go after their targets in earnest in the hopes of bolstering their respective squads ahead of the September start of the Inter- Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Schoolboy Football season.
Photo: Kingston College captain Javain Brown and Jamaica College captain Oquin Robinson
Kingston College will be looking to paint the city of Kingston Purple on Thursday, but must first overcome Tivoli High in the ISSA/Tru Juice Urban Area Under-14 final at 3:00pm before trying to do the same against Jamaica College in the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup final at 5:00pm inside the National Stadium.
Photo: MIguel Coley (left) coach of Jamaica College and Ludlow Bernard coach of Kingston College will look to guide their respective teams to the next round of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup with victories in their opening games today at Sabina Park. Jamaica College will face Clarendon College at 5:00pm and Kingston College will face Vere Technical at 7:00pm.
Photo: Tevin Rochester of Jamaica College protects the ball from Akeem Grandison of Haile Selassie during their Walker Cup semi-final at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday. Jamaica College won the game 2-0 courtesy of a Duhaney Williams brace to advance to the final where they will face Kingston College next month.