St. Georges College

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Photo: Christina Taylor, Group Marketing Manager for the ATL Automotive Group, Stephen Miller, Sponsorship and Events Manager at FLOW, Carlo Redwood, Vice President of Marketing and TV at FLOW Dr. Walton Small, President of ISSA, Hope McMillan of Scotia Bank Andrei Roper Marketing Manager at KFC. (Leo Hudson photo)

 

 

 

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The second round of the new look Manning Cup competition, begins on today with only six of the expected eight games. The second round will be contested by sixteen seeded teams with the higher seeded teams facing off against the lower seeded teams.

With some preliminary round games yet to be played, only six match-ups have been confirmed and these games will be contested across three venues.

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File photo: St. Georges College captain Matthew Wilson.

Many time champions St Georges College kicked off their 2017/18 ISSA/Flow Manning Cup campaign with an emphatic 7-0 drubbing of Tarrant High School at Winchester Park on Monday in the day's featured match. STGC led by a brace from Romario Harding in the 43rd and 47th minute eased pass their opponents in front of a large and expectant crowd.

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Photo: President of Jamaica Lacrosse Calbert Hutchinson, presents the championship trophy to St. Georges College who defeated Kingston College 6-5 in the final at the Wolmers play field on Friday.

 

 

 

 

St. Georges College and St. Hugh’s High school claimed their second Lacrosse titles in nail biting finishes over Kingston College and Wolmers’ Girls respectively at the Wolmers’ play field on Friday.

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Photo: Wolmers midfielder Andrew Daley keeps a watchful eye on the tricky STGC captain Alex Marshall during their Group K M aning Cup quarter final encounter on Tuesday. Wolmers won the game 2-0 to almost certainly book a spot in the semi-finals of the Manning Cup.

 

 

 

Red hot Wolmers’ Boys blanked St. Georges College 2-0 in quarter finals action in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition at the Constant Spring Field on Tuesday, as only one game was possible in Group K due to heavy afternoon rains.

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Photo: Kimani Decombre of Excelsior High makes a last ditch tackle to deny Akeem Robotham of St. Georges College in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Wednesday. The game ended 2-2 which means Excelsior tops the group and advances to the Walker Cup and the Super Cup for which St. Georges College were the defending champions.

 

 

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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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