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St. Jago High

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Champs 2017,ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships,Calabar High,Kingston College,Edwin Allen High,Excelsior High,Holmwood Technical,St. Jago High,

All is set for what is expected to be another exciting Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships beginning today inside the National Stadium.

The 107th staging of this prestigious event will see Calabar High and Edwin Allen High try to defend their respective boys’ and girls’ titles during five days of grueling action as over 100 schools try to take away their titles.

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ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Jamaica College,St. Jago High,Duhaney Williams,Ronaldo Brown,

Photo: Jamaica College striker Duhaney Williams scores his sixth Manning Cup goal of the season when he pokes home a Ronaldo Brown cross from 3 yards out. Williams's strike was enough to earn JC all three points against St. Jago High on Wednesday, as the defending champions advanced to the semifinals.




Defending champions Jamaica College eased into the semi-finals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition when they completed a routine 1-0 win over a toothless St. Jago High in their last quarter final round game at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday.

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 Excelsior High ,ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup,Hydel High,Calabar High,St. Jago High,Cumberland High,

Photo: Brad Tulley (centre) and his teammates celebrate what they thought was the game winner against Calabar High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup on Monday. Tulley scored in the 88th minute to give his team a 2-1 lead, but an own goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time gifted Calabar a point.




A flurry of late goals in the final fifteen minutes of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup match between Calabar High and Hydel High saw the visitors denied a crucial win on Monday as teams jostle for positions in the second round of the competition.

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Gibson-McCook Relays,Kingston College,Calabar High,Jamaica College,St. Jago High,Edwin Allen High,Holmwood Technical,

Photo: Chadayne Walker anchoring Kingston College to victory in the Class One Boys 4x200m at last year's Gibson-McCook Relays.





The Gibson-McCook Relays now steps into its "Ruby" year of existence and fans can expect a pleatra of high quality "gifts" through performances set to be unleashed in the 13 championship events, plus other individual events.

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Walker Cup,St. Georges College,St. Jago High,Alex Marshall,Shevon Stewart,

Photo: St. Georges College forward Alex Marshall executes an audaciuos flick pass to Shevon Stewart during the Walker Cup semi-final against St. Jago High school. Marshall scored one goal and Stewart two as the defedning champions ran out 3-2 winners to advance to the final next month.



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Photo: Schoolgirl football MVP - Khadija Shaw

The outstanding Khadija Shaw of St.Jago High School was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FKC/Locker Room Sports High School Girls football competition at the competition’s closing ceremony recently.