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Photo: Aaron Thomas of Sts. Peter & Paul won gold in the Class One Boys High Jump when he cleared 1.55m,






Defending champions Hydel Prep sent a strong signal of intent to defend their JISA/Tastee National Prep Schools Track and Field Championships on day one of the three day championships when they assumed the lead after three finals while positioning themselves in a lot of the semifinals set to be run on today’s second day.

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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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Photo: Wolmer's danger man Jaheel Hyde is challenged for the ball by Charlie Smith hard-man Odane Samuels during their Manning Cup semi-finals on Saturday. Charlie Smith won 1-0 to advance to the finals on Saturday November 22nd at the National Stadium.

Charlie Smith High School nullified the threat of Jaheel Hyde as they shut out Wolmer’s Boys School for the second time this season on their way to qualifying for the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup finals for the first time since 2011.

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Photo: Jaheel Hyde celebrates his third goal against St.Georges College on Monday. Wolmer's won the game 3-0 to advance to the semi-finals of the Manning Cup.

St. Georges College (STGC) were on the wrong end of a sublime Jaheel Hyde hat-trick yesterday as they were sent packing from the 2014 edition of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/LIME Manning Cup competition. Wolmer's beat the former champions 3-0 for the second time in just under two weeks as they became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals this year.

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Photo: Bertis Bell coach of St.Georges College

Fans can expect an instant classic at the Constant Spring Field today when St. Georges College (STGC) face off with Wolmer’s Boys in the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/LIME Manning Cup second round, in Group H action at 3:00pm.

Wolmers comprehensively beat STGC 3-0 in the second round of the LIME Super Cup two weekends ago, before themselves being surprised 1-0 by Holy Trinity on Saturday to miss out on a spot in the final.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0

Photo: Jaheel Hyde of Wolmer's being tackled by Shamar Smith while the captain of Holy Trinity Renardo Nelson provides cover.

Underdogs Holy Trinity surprised huge favourtes, Wolmer’s 1-0 in the first semi-final of the LIME Super Cup on Saturday at the National Stadium, to advance to the inaugural final at Sabina Park on Saturday November 8th.

Holy Trinity looked alert from the opening whistle in a match that had a great tempo to it.

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Photo: Holy Trinity celebrate their equalizer against Clarendon College in the first round of the LIME Super Cup. Holy Trinity won the game on penalties.

The inaugural LIME Super Cup Competition will feature another double header at the National Stadium this Saturday. The competition has been well received by fans so far. The Super Cup started out with 16 teams, eight teams from the rural area and eight teams from the urban area and has now boiled down to four teams.

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Jaheel Hyde on the go for Wolmer's - File Photo

The LIME Super Cup quarter final between Wolmers and St Georges at the National Stadium was always going to be a thrilling match. The second match of the double header held at the National Stadium on Saturday certainly lived up to expectations.

The two who have been playing well this season in all competitions, have a lot of supporters, most of who turned out to witness the encounter. This forced the organizers to open the bleachers as the grandstand was filled to capacity long before kick-off.

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Photo: Lemmar Stewart of Charlie Smith being chased by Khori Bennett of Wolmer's in Walker Cup action on Saturday. Charlie won the game 2-1 to advance to the semi-finals.

Charlie Smith High school became the fourth team to advance to the semi-final of ISSA/LIME Schoolboy Walker Cup Knockout Competition when they denied Wolmers the chance of a three-peat on Saturday. St.Georges College, Hydel and Jamaica College are the other three teams who have advance to the semifinal stage.