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