Photo: KC's Nathaniel Bann leading the field in the Class One Boys 800m at the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College. Bann has returned from two years of injuries and is looking to get ready for Camps 2017.
A host of high school athletes rolled out on Saturday at the 24th staging of the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College as they continue to hone their skills and get in shape for another exciting season of athletics.
Photo: Sanya Richards-Ross celebrates with members of the Kingston College track and field team at the Penn Relays
The giants of North Street, Kingston College and St Jago High from Monk Street in Spanish Town, were left celebrating historic victories inside the Franklin Field Stadium on day three of the 122th staging of the Penn Relays on Saturday, while Jamaica College pulled off a massive upset to stun favourites Calabar High in the High School Boys 4x400m, as the curtains came down on yet another fantastic staging of the prestigious relays.
Photo: THE WINNING TEAM: Members of the St. Jago A Chess Team, Tajae Morgan (second left), Joshua Christie (third left), Akeem Brown (fourth left), Michael Christie (third right, partially hidden) and National Master, Alistair Walker (second right) pose with their trophies after winning the PCJ Group National Schools Chess Championship. Sharing in the moment with the Champions are St. Jago’s Coach, National Master, Mikhail Solomon (far left) and Jamaica Chess Federation President, Ian Wilkinson.
Photo: Vere Technical sprinter Britany Anderson storming to victory in the Class 3 Girls 200 m at the Douglas Forrest Invitational Meet at the National Stadium last Saturday.
The 12th staging of the Douglas Forrest Invitational on Saturday was graced by a host of high school teams who came out to continue their build up to this year’s ISSA Boys and Girls Championships.
Defending champions Jamaica College blanked Wolmer’s 2-0 to reach their second Flow Super Cup final, while St. George’s College trumped St. Jago 3-1 to set up a dream final, set to take place inside the National Stadium on Saturday.
Jamaica College knew they had the talent to beat Wolmer’s who has been playing as a good unit this season. The Old Hope Road based institution had a lot at stake as they lost to Wolmer’s at the same stage in the Walker Cup a few weeks ago and they are going meet again later this week to decide who advances to the semifinals of the Manning Cup.
First time entrants St. Jago High and defending champions Jamaica College scored identical 2-0 wins on Saturday to book their respective places in the semi-finals of the lucrative ISSA/FLOW Super Cup football competition at the National Stadium on Saturday.
St. Jago, led by a brace from striker Ryan Smart dismissed St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) in the first match of the double header.
Photo: Richard Byfield of Kingston College battles with Maleke Miller of St. Jago for the ball during their ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup second round game at the Prison Oval on Wednesday. St. Jaog won the game 2-1.
Kingston College lost to St. Jago for the second time in a week when they were beaten 2-1 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval, in the second game of a double header in Group J of the Manning Cup action on Wednesday.