first_img St Catherine held on to just one of their titles as the curtain came down on the 2018 Juici Patties-sponsored South Central Confederation Junior leagues. St Catherine nipped Manchester 1-0 in their final game to hold on to their Under-13 title but they were dethroned by Clarendon in the Under-15 competition. St Catherine topped the Under-13 competition with 13 points. They were followed by Clarendon on 11 and Manchester with 10. St Elizabeth failed to earn a point from their six games played. Clarendon easily won the Under-15 with 15 points, four clear of second-place Manchester. St Catherine ended with eight points while St Elizabeth again failed to gain a single point. In the last round of matches, Clarendon journeyed to St Elizabeth to whip the hosts 4-1 while Manchester and St Catherine ended 2-2 in Mandeville. Kemar Green’s four-timer guided Manchester Division One champions Central United to an 8-2 demolition of Knockpatrick Deaf United in the Top Notch Summer Football league. The competition is played each Sunday at the Sunset playing field in Knockpatrick in central Manchester. Green is the leading scorer in the competition with 11 goals. Central, even with the win, are still not guaranteed a place in the semi-finals as they remain second in the zone trailing Generation United by a point. The two are set to meet in the last round of the preliminary matches. In other games played on the day, Galaxy FC defeated United Hearts 4-2 while the Madrid United and United All Stars game ended 1-1, the same scoreline between All Star Strikers and Fresh Start United. Matches for tomorrow: Belair Boys vs All Star Strikers Providence United vs Generation United Fresh Start Untied vs United All Stars United Hearts vs Contrivance United Clarendon Juici Patties Netball league round up Edwin Allen track team gets donation Recently, Shaun McKenzie, CEO Of Shaun Image Productions, made good on a promise when he made a $25,000 donation to his alma mater, Edwin Allen High School. The money will go towards the school’s track team, which this year won their fifth straight girls’ title at the 2018 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships held at the National Stadium. McKenzie is currently overseas, therefore, his ambassadors, Rosan Richards, also known as DUI Browning, and DJ Razack did the road work in his absence.Head coach Michael Dyke was happy with the contribution. “We at Edwin Allen High accept these contributions with the utmost appreciation, we need these donations to assist the school’s track and field team. We are now defending champions and the needs are getting greater,” Dyke said. McKenzie said that he sees it fit to give back to his community as this is not only a civic duty but also gives him a sense of pride. Meanwhile, there was another donation of $20,000 which went towards the James Hill Police Youth Club in Clarendon.center_img The Juici Patties-sponsored Clarendon Netball Association’s senior and junior leagues are now taking a one week break until Sunday, August 12. However, the points standings make interesting reading. Team R of Mandeville lead the senior league with 15 points. They have netted 247 goals and have conceded 195. Cavaliers are on 12 with defending champions Jamalco having a rough time with only three-and-a-half points. Denbigh have only half-a-point gained from a draw against Jamalco. The major players from Jamalco are overseas at this time but could be available when the semifinal play-offs begin. Interestingly, Jamalco have scored most points (303) but have also conceded most (330). The Junior league is being played in two zones. In Zone One, Hayes Supreme lead with 18 points followed by Portland Cottage with 15 points. May Day B lead Zone Two with 18 points followed by the pair of Beckford Kraal and Denbigh B with 12.5 each. Central United drub Knockpatrick Deaf United in  Top Notch league St Catherine, Clarendon top South Central Confed Junior Footballlast_img read more

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