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first_imgSt Jago High and Bridgeport High will meet in a top clash in Group G of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW Manning Cup football competition at the Spanish Town Prison Oval in St Catherine today, starting at 3 p.m.Both teams enter the game on seven points apiece from three games, but St Jago have a better goal difference. The St Jago team has scored four goals with none against, while former champions Bridgeport scored four times with two goals against.With an automatic FLOW Cup spot at stake for the group winner and also spots in the Manning Cup second round and Walker Cup knockout competitions, the teams are aware of the importance of getting a positive result.St Jago’s head coach, Glen ‘Bobby Reds’ Laing, says the game is a big test.”This game’s gonna be the test in the group. I am hearing that they (Bridgeport) are a strong running team,” Laing told The Gleaner yesterday.He also pointed out that “our defence is tight and yet to concede this season, but we have some young players up front, so we have to be patient”.Laing’s main players include captain Akeem Chambers, Jelani Thomas and Shaquille Wright.Assistant coach of Bridgeport, Jason Grant, says his team’s approach is to win each game.LEAD THE CHARGE”It is a very important game as both teams are in the lead on points. We have to go out there and continue to work for each other,” Grant reasoned.Bridgeport will look to players such as captain Kyle Ming, Shakeem Powell and Donte Green to lead the charge for full points.In other games in the group, Calabar High will look to for their second win in four days when they face Cumberland and Hydel are highly fancied to beat lowly Campion College.Meanwhile, Kingston College (KC), with maximum nine points from three games, will look to move further ahead when they face third-placed Ascot High in Group C at the National Stadium, starting at 3 p.m.Ascot on the other hand will look to spoil KC’s record and stay in contention in the group.The Ludlow Bernard-coached KC have been the most impressive team in the competition. They have scored 10 goals and are yet to concede. Rashawn Mackinson is the Purples’ top player, with seven goals. He should get good support from Fabian Grant, Nathan Thomas and Javain Brown.Today’s gamesKingston College vs AscotDenham Town vs St Mary’s CollegeNorman Manley vs PapineMeadwobrook vs Haile SelassieJonathan Grant vs St CatherineArdenne vs Pembroke HallWolmer’s Boys vs Jose MartiDunoon vs Edith Dalton JamesKTHS vs CamperdownCumberland vs CalabarCampion College vs HydelSt Jago vs Bridgeport(Home teams are named first and all games start at 3 p.m.)last_img read more

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first_imgThe Pomeroy Sport Centre will be home to a pre novice hockey tournament Saturday and Sunday. Nine teams will be taking part, including six based out of Fort St. John.Teams will be coming from Grande Prairie, Clearview, and Dawson Creek. On top of that three pre-novice 1 teams from Fort St. John, and another three Fort St. John pre-novice 2 teams will be lacing up their skates.Off the ice there will be a raffle table full of prizes that have either been donated, or purchased from donations. Each team will also be taking part in a player draw Sunday morning at 9 a.m. where two names from each team will be drawn for prizes.- Advertisement -The first game is slated for 7:45 a.m. Saturday morning. Games on Saturday should wrap up around 5:30 p.m. Games on Sunday will resume at 8:15 a.m. and conclude around 12:45 p.m.last_img read more