Photo: Wolmer's Boys coach Rudolph Speid urging on his players during their 0-0 draw with Tivoli Gardens High on Monday.
Joint leaders in Group A, Tivoli Gardens and Wolmer’s Boys played at an exciting 0-0 draw at the Tivoli Gardens High school on Monday while defending champions Jamaica College eked out a 2-1 win over Papine High and the red-hot Kingston College remained perfect after four starts when they got by Greater Portmore 3-1 on a busy day in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Monday.
Cavalier SC enjoyed a comprehensive victory in their first game of 2016 in the Red Stripe Premier League crushing Boys Town FC 3-0 on Sunday at the Stadium East Field.
After a pulsating 4-4 draw against strugglers Waterhouse FC in their final game of 2015 the appetite for scoring still lingered on the lips of the Cavaliers team. Jason Watson opened the scoring in the first half from the penalty spot before a superb strike from Cleon Pryce and an exquisite solo run from Aldaine Grant secured all there points for Rudolph Speid's men.
Photo: Boys Town right back Xavian Virgo is challenged by Donovan Alveranga of Cavalier for the ball in their premier league encounter at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Sunday. Cavalier won the game 3-1 to move back to second place in the RSPL.
Cavalier SC brought an end to the their slide down the Red Stripe Premier League table with a 3-1 win over Boys Town at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Sunday. The win moved Cavalier back into second place while it condemned Boys Town the last place at the end of the first round of the RSPL.
Photo: Boys Town head coach Andrew Price is feeling the heat
Struggling Boys Town and the out of form Cavalier SC will play in the opening game of an unusual double header at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Sunday in the Red Stripe Premier League. The game which begins at 3:00pm may prove to be a cracker as both teams are desperate for three points.
Former Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) top man and Premier League outfit Cavalier, head coach, Rudolph Speid, was elected unopposed as president of the Jamaica Amatuer Volleyball Association ( JAVA) at its annual general meeting held on Monday night at the Jamaica Olympic Association head quarters, Kingston.
Speid who previously served KSAFA for six years before he was was defeated in August by Ambassador Stewart Stephenson in another bid to extend his reins at the helm of that organization.