Friday, February 23, 2018

Marlie Mount ended the INSPORTS St Catherine Primary School Football season in fourth place as defending champions McAuley retain their title for a third time.

The competition climaxed yesterday at the Homestead community centre with Marlie Mount coming out on the losing end of a five-goal thriller with Ensom City in the play-off for third.

Ensom City had to come from behind twice thanks to Marcus Anderson’s goals in the 30th and 52nd minutes after Marlie Mount’s skipper Shyjah Orridge scored in the 19th and 50th minute of play.

Akiel Morris then hit the winner for Ensom City on the stroke of full time in the 60-minute contest.

McAuley are champions for the third time after a 1-0 win over Friendship in the final.

McAuley’s victory was set up by Rajae Taylor’s seventh minute goal, before going close on several occasions.

Friendship, through talismanic captain Jadee Mitchell, had a couple chances too, but in the end McAuley ran out deserved champions.

In the preceding presentation ceremony, Marlie Mount was named most disciplined team, while Mitchell copped the leading goalscorer award for his 11 goals.

Taylor, who is head boy at McAuley, was most valuable player (MVP) of the final, with teammates Jahvay Marshall and Tiny Seaton taking the top goalkeeper and best female player prize respectively.

McAuley Primary are champions for the third after beating Friendship in the final

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Federal remains atop of the Flow St Catherine FA Major League table after hosts New Raiders held them to a 1-1.

In the latest round of matches played over the weekend Dunbeholden were most impressive as they came away from Bybrook 4-1 victors over Tru Juice who dropped to third in the overall table on 22 points.

Fourth-placed Old Harbour Bay and Frazisers Whip narrowed the gap on Tru Juice in the standing with the former blanking Royal Lakes 2-0 at Marlie Acres Sport Complex, while the latter edged home side GC Foster 3-2.

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Monday, 06 July 2015 14:19

Family crush Jamaica Bedding 3-0

Fifteen goals were scored last Sunday in the latest round of matches in the Andre Russell/Foska Oats Eight-a-Side Football at Port Esquivel.

Family United were the biggest winners on the day, crushing Jamaica Bedding 3-0, their second win from as many matches. Wolery Wolfe scored twice, while his brother Keniel also scored with the victory taking them atop Zone 3 ahead of Fwoland on goal-difference.

Star Quality edged Kill Dem All 3-2 in a thrilling game in Zone 4 to register their first win from two games. Hot Grabba lead to the zone with maxmium six points, while World XI are second with three points.

Black Stars put up a fight but could not contain the free-scoring Unruly, as the latter won 4-2. Rohan Powell scored twice for Unruly - their first win in Zone 2.

Elvis Brian's strike gave Matthews Lane a 1-0 win over Young Generation. With the vicotry, Matthews Lane, on six points, share the lead in Zone 1 with defending champions Hammer & Nail.

The competition continues on July 11 and 12 at the same venue.

Following the preliminary round, the top-two teams from each zone will advance to the quarter-finals.

This year's champions will receive $150,000, with $80,000 going to the runners-up, third-placed collecting $60,000 and fourth-placed receiving $40,000. The most valuable player (MVP) will bankrolled $15,000, while $10,000 each will go to the most disciplined team, top goalscorer, top coach and best junior player.

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Saturday, 10 January 2015 11:26

LIME signs Jaheel Hyde

Seventeen year-old multi-talented athlete, Jaheel Hyde has been welcomed as the youngest brand ambassador for premier telecommunications firm, LIME.

Hyde, who currently holds the titles of World Youth & World Junior Champion in the110m and 400m Hurdles as well as the world youth record-holder in the 110m Hurdles set at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games atop his list of impressive athletic achievements, will benefit from the company's investment in his undeniable talent through the multi-year arrangement. This move makes him one of a select few athletes to receive corporate endorsement so early in his career.

Currently pursuing sixth form studies at Wolmer's Boys School, Hyde's deal with the telecoms firm was brokered by his management company, GCMC led by Track & Field aficionado, Garfield Coke, and will cover technical services including nutrition, physiotherapy, grooming and mental coaching for the young athlete.

"Being picked for Team LIME is a great honour and one that allows me the opportunity to further my dream of becoming a professional athlete while representing a company that is doing great work, not only in Jamaica, but across the region." shared Hyde.

" I want to thank them for believing in me and, like LIME, I have the inevitable goal of becoming number one - optimally rounded, brilliant and known for producing stellar performances." he furthered.

Commenting on the new partnership, LIME's Carlo Redwood said: “We are excited about the opportunity to get involved with and support Jaheel's transition to the next level as a professional. We will be pouring in our full energy as his sponsor to ensure that he is on track in achieving his fullest potential."

Hyde’s first call of duty will be during LIME’s sponsorship of the Youth View Awards (YVA’s) scheduled for February 21. He will also be included in the company's promotional campaigns and other youth-oriented projects.

“It was an easy decision to associate our brand with Jaheel. He is bright, talented, disciplined, and we believe ready to take on what promises to be an exciting journey as we strengthen our connection with the youth market." Redwood added.

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