Manchester High for Digicel Cup Sporting Clays
Manchester High will be the only rural-based school competing when the fourth Digicel Cup Inter Schools Sporting Clays Tournament shoots off tomorrow at the Jamaica Skeet Club in Portmore with the highest number of competitors to date (78). The other participants will be Jamaica College, Campion College, Wolmer’s, Hillel Academy, AISK, and Sts Peter & Paul Prep School.
The tournament features 50 targets for all shooters. The top six shooters will compete in the Super Six for the highest overall total and the championship trophy. The Super Six will involve 18 targets. Seventy-eight students are expected to participate.
The tournament starts at 9 a.m. Boys usually make up the largest contingent, however, this year will see an increase in females up from last year’s seven.
The sponsors are Digicel, Wata, Reggae Jammins, Best Dressed Chicken, True Juice, Hawkeye, St Mary’s Banana, Bigga, Tin Grinners Club Jamaica and Arts & Photo Impressions.