Campion College defeated St. Georges College 14-4 in yesterday’s quarter final action from the Jamaica Rugby League under-19 high school competition. Campion will face St. Catherine High in the semi-finals of the competition while Spanish Town High will take on Edith Dalton James in the other game. Both semi-final fixtures are set for next Monday at the St. Catherine High School.
Orville, you are for sure BRAMBLE KING, it is clear now you know nothing about football we are about the same age group and i did watch the 98 world cup qualifier Peter Cargill was by far well out of class to Rudolph Ostin and the caller is right, its a insult to the memory of the big baller to compare him to Rudolph
Orville, remember that the players may not have walked off in India had management met with them. So that is the difference between the Indian and SA tour. Management is now listening to them. Albeit their salaries have not been restored.
Wolmers clipped St Georges 3-2 in lone boy’s action from the Jamaica Badminton Association Schools League on Tuesday. In the girl’s division Immaculate slipped by St Jago 3-2 while St Andrew registered the same margin of victory over Alpha Academy.
St Catherine hammered sacred heart 20-6 in Tuesday’s semi-final round action from the JISA Tastee Preparatory Schoolgirls netball competition. In other games Quest clipped Wolmers 9-8, Vaz nipped Our Lady of the Angles 13-12 and Hydel got by Ardenne 12-6.
The Jamaica Defecne force blanked hosts Digicel 3-0 in the final preliminary women’s game from the Business House Table Tennis Association League. Jodie Adams and Kerry Ann Smith registered victories over Perta Mattis and Paula Pamuzzo in singles and doubles action The marching women finished the first round with the maximum 8 points ahead of Digicel on 6 and bank of Jamaica 4.
Lyssons kept their outstanding record intact by defeating first time entrants Prospect 35-23 to claim the St Thomas Parish leg of the Java Phillip Greenland Developmental Volleyball Championship. The defending national champions have won the St Thomas Parish leg every year since its inception in 2010. In the third place match, Hayfield got by Dalvey 23-19.
Alligator Pond and Porus both advanced to the quarter finals of the Manchester FA/ Brumalia House Knock Out football competition after both teams won their respective games on Sunday. Porus, playing at home, got by Gold Star 3-0, while Alligator Pond registered the same margin of victory over Old England at the Alpart Sports Complex. In the earlier match, Villa United beat Land Settlement also 3-0
Seasoned veteran Rupert Green crossed the line to be crowned the champion at the 3rd staging of the CB Group UWI 5K on Sunday. Green returned an impressive time of 15 minute 31secs ahead of the Gc Foster’s duo of Oshane Archibald, 15:51 and Webster Chung 16:13. In the female section Danielle James of GC Foster College, won with a time of 19:24 ahead of Churches Teachers’ College’s Juliett Dinnal