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Photo: Captain Javain Brown got the opener for Kingston College as they ran out 2-1 winners over St. George's College in the quarter finals of the ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup at the Stadium East Field on Wednesday. KC will meet St. Andrew Technical in the semi-finals after they defeated Holy Trinity 4-3 on penalties after the two teams played out a 1-1 full and extra time draw. Jamaica College also advanced to the semis after their 3-1 win over St. Catherine High, also at the Stadium East Field.

 

 

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Photo: Dominic James playing for St. Georges College in the Manning Cup recently.

 

 

 

 

 

Jamaica’s football fraternity was sent into a tailspin on Tuesday when young Dominic James died shortly after collapsing on the football field during a Manning Cup game.

James, captain of the St. Georges College team, fell to the ground just two minute into the Manning Cup game against Excelsior High at the Stadium East field.

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Photo: Major Basil Jarrett, President of the Jamaica College Old Boys Association and Jamaica College head coach Miguel Coley celebrate their three-peat after clipping St, Georges College 1-0 in the final of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Saturday. Coley has won the Manning Cup in all his three years in charge at Jamaica College.

 

 

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Photo: Jamaica College celebrates their third straight hold on the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup following a 1-0 win over St. Georges College in the final at Sabina Park on Saturday.

Jamaica College defended their Manning Cup title and claimed their third straight lien by defeating St. George’s College 1-0 in a epic and nail biting final at Sabina Park on Saturday. A 90th minute header from Donovan Dawkins settled the contest to break St. Georges hearts and exact revenge for the hammering they took in the Super Cup finals two weeks earlier.

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Photo: Alex Marshall has scored the most goals for St. Georges College and will need to be heavily policed by Jamaica College captain Allando Brown in the finals of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup final today at the National Stadium.

 

 

The second edition of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup final promises to be an instant classic as the two most dominant corporate area schoolboy football teams in the last eight years, Jamaica College and St. Georges College face off today at 6pm inside the National Stadium.

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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.

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Photo: Gregory Messam Jr will need to find his goal scoring boots today to help St. Georges College to a much needed 3 points against Group C leaders Innswood at Winchester Park at 3:30pm today.

St. George’s College face a must win situation against Innswood High when they host the shock Group C leaders in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition today at Winchester Park starting at 3:30pm.