Ex­cep­tional score stun­ning win

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORT -

Pres­i­dent of the Munro Old Boys As­so­ci­a­tion and chief or­gan­iser of the in­au­gu­ral Wata Munro Top Rock 6.5km Run/walk Arthur Wil­liams Jr poses proudly pose with fe­male walk win­ner Natasha McKen­zie and Munro prin­ci­pal Mark Smith. The event took place at Munro Col­lege in Malvern last Sun­day.

com­pe­ti­tion, by de­feat­ing Bro­ken­hurst 2-1.

Other vic­tors were Al­bion, who were 2-1 win­ners over Beltiro, Pear Tree, who brushed off New Vi­sion 3-0 and In­ver­ness, who cre­ated a ma­jor up­set in outscor­ing Knock­patrick 3-2.

Porus re­mained lead­ers in their di­vi­sion, blank­ing Bom­bay 3-0, while Cof­fee Grove and Con­tent ended 3-3, vir­tu­ally killing each other’s chances.

How­ever, it was Blue Moun­tain that­made the big­gest state­ment in this di­vi­sion, slam­ming Hope Vil­lage 6-0.

In the Man­dev­ille Di­vi­sion, Georges Val­ley spanked de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Han­bury 2-0, while Cedar Grove won 1-0 over Bonito Strik­ers. Brix­ton FC, from Brae­ton Phase Three, won the in­au­gu­ral Ray McIntosh six-a-side one-day foot­ball com­pe­ti­tion, with a 2-1

penalty kicks win over archri­vals Brae­ton Blaz­ers, also from Phase Three, af­ter both teams played out a 0-0 score­line in reg­u­la­tion and ex­tra-time.

Busi­ness­man Rayon McIntosh, a stal­wart in the com­mu­nity of Brae­ton and spon­sor of the com­pe­ti­tion, handed over the tro­phy and a cash award to Brix­ton FC at the com­pe­ti­tion’s awards cer­e­mony.

At that same func­tion, held on Seal Av­enue in Brae­ton Phase Three, five girls and five boys were awarded brand-new tablets for their achieve­ments in the 2016 GSAT ex­am­i­na­tions.

Be­fore the func­tion, there was a treat for chil­dren. Ev­ery­thing was spon­sored by McIntosh, his wife, and his fam­ily.

Twelve teams, led by three­time de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Cable Pro, will com­pete for top hon­ours in the Port­more Busi­ness House foot­ball com­pe­ti­tion, which kicks off next

Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 5, at the Sun­shine play­ing field in Naggo Head, Port­more.

New­com­ers Dig­i­cel will have their hands full as they come up against de­fend­ing champs Cable Pro at 8:30 p.m. in a game that of­fi­cially kicks off the tour­na­ment.

The spon­sors are In­sti­tute of Sports (INSPORTS) and Charles Choco­lates.

Ex­cep­tional pulled off a stun­ning 300-299 sud­den-death win over Gi­ants as ac­tion con­tin­ued in the Ja­maica Domino Coun­cil As­so­ci­a­tion Premier League last Sun­day.

In other games, Caribbean Clas­sic whipped Naggo Head 300-218; Spit Fyah de­feated Mem­ory Lane 300-282; Jade Strik­ers out­lasted Me­chan­i­cal Strik­ers 300-296; Sour­sop Tree beat In­ter­na­tional 300-290; Brae­ton All Stars cut down Small Axe 300-265; Bull Bay won 300-274 over Vin­tage Pub; and Right Stuff crushed High­light Strik­ers 300-216.

PHOTO BY RICHARD BRYAN

AN­THONY MINOTT/FREE­LANCE PHO­TOG­RA­PHER

Busi­ness­man Ray McIntosh (back row, third left) poses with nine of 10 GSAT achiev­ers who re­ceived tablets cour­tesy of his ini­tia­tive.

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