St. Jago

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Walker Cup,St. Jago,Kingston College,

A smartly taken second half penalty by Ryan Smart after a beautifully worked team move that opened up space for Shaqon Bryan to score from the top of the box, seven minutes into the first half were enough to secure a 2-0 win for St. Jago over Kingston College in the quarter-finals of the Walker Cup.

Despite promising much, in reality it was something of a non-contest – with Akeem Chambers the St. Jago custodian a spectator throughout the majority of the game before being substituted.

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Champs Fever 2015,St. Jago,Natalliah Whyte,Kimone Shaw,

Photo: Natalliah Whyte wins the 200m final ahead of Sashalee Forbes of Holmwood Technical (not in shot) and Saqukine Cameron of Edwin Allen who finished third. Also in shot is Britney Hew of Holmwood who finished 5th.

In the build up to the 105th staging of the annual Boys and Girls championship, it was always being promoted amongst many pundits that Monk Street, Spanish Town based, St Jago High School was in with a legitimate chance to ambush the defending champions, Edwin Allen High School and regain their hold on the girls title.

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St. Jago,Digicel Athletic Grand Prix Series,Champs Fever 2015

Photo: St.Jago 4x100m Class 1 Boys

The Monk Street based track and field powerhouse and 2015 championship contenders St Jago High will not be able to participate in the final of the inaugural Digicel Athletic Grand Prix 2015, after their respective teams were no shows at the recently held Central Championship.

The Grand Prix Series kicked started at the 18th staging of the Youngster Goldsmith Classics in February, the first of seven events and is set to culminate at the GC Foster College Classics on March 14 inside the National Stadium.

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Camperdown Classics, Champs Fever 2015,St. Jago,Digicel Grand Prix

Photo: Andrenette Knight started the St. Jago show at the Camperdown Classics on Saturday when she clocked 59.81secs. to win the Girls 400 hurdles Open.

The Camperdown Classics held inside the National Stadium on Saturday played host to the second meeting in the Digicel Grand Prix Athletic Championship 2015, and it was the school from the old Capital, St .Jago High who came out bang on the money.

The Monk street based institution had their names being called repeatedly in the winner’s circle as they had several top two finishers in various events.