Wolmer’s are Un­der-19 water polo cham­pi­ons

Jamaica Gleaner - - SATURDAY -

Team Wolmer’s, with school board chair­man Chris Sa­muda (sec­ond left) and board mem­ber and chair­man of the school’s Sports Devel­op­ment Com­mit­tee, Ryan Foster (third left), af­ter their Un­der-19 water polo win over Cam­pion Col­lege in the fi­nal on Thurs­day night.

IN YOUR NEIGH­BOUR­HOOD

Wolmer’s Boys’ School were crowned the Un­der-19 high school water polo cham­pi­ons in a thrilling en­counter with Cam­pion Col­lege on Thurs­day night.

It was a re­match of last year’s fi­nal when Cam­pion Col­lege came out the win­ners, but this year the boys from He­roes Cir­cle, led by their captain Orane Gar­rick, came out with a pur­pose and re­mained fo­cused in se­cur­ing an 8-7 vic­tory.

Both schools will re­new their ri­valry in the Un­der-16 fi­nal next week. Pas­sage­fort United and Gar­veymeade square off in the fi­nal pre­lim­i­nary-round game of the MP Colin Fa­gan-spon­sored South East St Catherine In­terCon­stituency Domino Tour­na­ment at the Gar­veymeade Sports Club in Port­more, St Catherine, to­mor­row. Match time 1:30 p.m.

The game’s only sig­nif­i­cance is for rank­ing for the semi-fi­nals as both teams have al­ready qual­i­fied.

In last week’s games, Pas­sage­fort United jumped to 35 points from 11 matches af­ter they de­feated Water­ford 250232; fourth-place Gar­veymeade (31 points) hum­bled Ris­ing Sun 250-200: sec­ond-place Ken’s Wild­flower (35 points) beat West­meade Ris­ing Star 250230. The fourth and fi­nal semi­fi­nal­ists, Cum­ber­land (34 points), were idle this round. The semi-fi­nals will be played on Sun­day, De­cem­ber 4 and the fi­nal Sun­day, De­cem­ber 11 at venues to be an­nounced. The or­gan­is­ers of the INSPORTS Port­more Pri­mary

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