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 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Champs 2017,Kingston College,Calabar High,Hydel High,Vere Tech,Wolmers,Immaculate,Alpha,

The ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Champs 2016, runners up Hydel High girls track and field team, and Kinsgton College provided strong showings at the 2nd installment of the McKenley/Wint Track & Field Classic held on Saturday, January 21, 2017 on the grounds of Calabar High School.

With noticeable top name absentees, such as Christopher Taylor, Dejour Russell and Michael Stephens from the Calabar squad, Kingston College with their throng of supporters dominated much of the day’s proceedings as did the Ferry based Hydel High.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
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Photo: Puma representative in Jamaica, Alfred 'Frano' Francis, displays the Bolt Evo Disc Laceless Spike, at the launch of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Track an Field Championships at the Spanish Court Hotel last week.





Addressing the launch of the 106th staging of the annual ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships at the Spanish Court Hotel last week,Puma Jamaica Representative Mr Alfred 'Frano' Francis revealed that Champs will be graced by the new, laceless Puma running spikes.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Wolmers,St. Georges College,ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup,Jahwahni Hinds,

Wolmers claimed their third ISSA/FLOW Walker Cup title in four years when they defeated favourites and defending champions St. Georges College 5-4 in sudden death in a penalty shootout on Thursday at the Stadium East Field. Wolmers had won the title in 2012 and 2013, only to be interrupted by STGC in 2014.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
ISSA/FLOW Super Cup,Jamaica College,St. Georges College,St. Jago,Wolmers,

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.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
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Photo: Wolmers' defender Jamele Hall protects the ball from Tayne Wilson of Vauxhall in second round Manning Cup action on Monday at the Constant Spring field. The game was locked at 1-1 when rain brought a premature end to the proceedings with only seven minutes left in regulation time.

Vauxhall held Wolmer’s 1-1 in their Manning Cup second round match that was called off in the 83rd minute due to rain at the Constant Spring field on Monday. Based of the rules of the competition the seven minutes plus time to be added on will be played on another day.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
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File photo: Gregory Messam Jr scored a brace in the St. Georges College 5-0 romp over Petersfield in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup on Saturday.

Clarendon College came from behind to edge Hydel 2-1 in extra time, Wolmer’s beat Port Antonio 3-1, while St. Georges college blanked Petersfield 5-0 at Sabina Park, all on the first day of the second exciting season of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup football competition.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
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Wolmer’s defeated Jamaica College 4-3 on penalties on Wednesday to book a spot in the Walker Cup final , where they will meet St. George’s College who edge St. Jago 3-2 at constant spring where both games was played.

The sun was barking down at Constant Spring, which set the tone for an exciting double header. Jamaica College started the game well and was trying to settle and move around the ball, but Wolmer’s did not allow that happen for any long periods in the game as they were very alert and quick to clear their lines.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

Defending champions Hydel Prep was made to work hard in their 2-1 win over Wolmer’s Prep as action continued in the quarter-final round of the Tastee/JISA Alberga Cup at the UWI Bowl on Monday.

Hydel seized control of the game from almost the opening whistle and it was no surprise when they took the lead in the 9th minute when young prodigy Damoy Whitehorn dribbled pass three defenders with absolute ease before slotting into the far corner past a hapless Mathew Grant in the Wolmer’s goal.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

Photo: Celebrating fans at the LIME Super Cup at Sabina Park on match day one

The first day of the inaugural staging of the LIME Super Cup provided lots of excitement at all three venues. The fans were treated to good football, played on three of the best playing surfaces in Jamaica, and it was a good look for football in Jamaica. The support was there for our youngsters, as all three venues were packed with supporters.

The LIME Super Cup is creating a buzz and it is also referred to as the Jamaican Champions League of schoolboy football.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

Photo: Joel Cunningham lashes home the second goal for Wolmer's against Clan Carthy on Tuesday.Wolmer's won the game 3-0.

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Defending champions Jamaica College who hammered Jonathan Grant 5-0 on the opening day of the season, along with many time champions St. Georges College (STGC) Kingston College (KC) and Wolmer’s Boys will be in action on a day when nine games are schedules in the Manning Cup competition.