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Past winners of Manning Cup

Published:Saturday | November 22, 2014 | 11:00 AM
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Jamaica College, the first champions in 1909, have won the Manning Cup more times than any other school. The Old Hope Road-based school has 26 titles, four more than St George's College. Kingston College are next with 14 titles.

1909 - Jamaica College

1910 - Jamaica College

1911 - No competition

1912 - St George's College

1913 - Jamaica College

1914 - Jamaica College

1915 - Jamaica College

1916 - Jamaica College

1917 - Jamaica College

1918 - Jamaica College

1919 - Jamaica College

1920 - St George's College

1921 - Jamaica College

1922 - Jamaica College

1923 - Wolmer's Boys

1924 - Wolmer's Boys

1925 - Wolmer's Boys

1926 - Wolmer's Boys

1927 - St George's College

1928 - St George's College

1929 - St George's College

1930 - Wolmer's Boys

1931 - Wolmer's Boys

1932 - St George's College

1933 - Jamaica College

1934 - Jamaica College

1935 - St George's College

1936 - St George's College

1937 - St George's College

1938 - Wolmer's Boys

1939 - Wolmer's Boys

1940 - Jamaica College

1941 - Jamaica College

1942 - Jamaica College

1943 - Calabar High

1944 - No competition

1945 - St George's College

1946 - Jamaica College

1947 - St George's College

1948 - St George's College

1949 - Kingston College

1950 - Kingston College

1951 - Kingston College

1952 - Kingston College

1953 - Excelsior

1954 - No competition

1955 - St George's College

1956 - St George's College

1957 - Kingston College

1958 - Kingston College

1959 - St George's College

1960 - No competition

1961 - Jamaica College

1962 - Jamaica College

1963 - Jamaica College

1964 - Kingston College

1965 - Kingston College

1966 - No competition

1967 - Kingston College

1968 - Jamaica College

1969 - Excelsior

1970 - Kingston College

1971 - Wolmer's Boys

1972 - No competition

1973 - No competition

1974 - Jamaica College

1975 - Kingston College

1976 - Tivoli

1977 - Calabar High

1978 - Camperdown

1979 - Camperdown

1980 - Excelsior

1981 - Kingston College

1982 - Camperdown

1983 - St George's College

1984 - St George's College

1985 - Kingston College

1986 - Kingston College

1987 - STATHS

1988 - Charlie Smith

1989 - Excelsior

1990 - Charlie Smith

1991 - Ardenne

1992 - St George's College

1993 - Excelsior

1994 - Wolmer's Boys

1995 - Charlie Smith

1996 - Norman Manley

1997 - No competition

1998 - Dunoon

1999 - Tivoli

2000 - Norman Manley

2001 - Bridgeport

2002 - Norman Manley

2003 - Excelsior

2004 - Excelsior

2005 - Calabar High

2006 - Bridgeport

2007 - Jamaica College

2008 - St George's College

2009 - St George's College

2010 - Jamaica College

2011 - St George's College

2012 - St George's College

2013 - Jamaica College

  • JC's box-to-box midfielder

Sheldon McKoy has settled down in his midfield role after playing as a forward for Jamaica College during last year's winning campaign in the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup.

Playing McKoy in midfield has certainly paid dividends for JC and coach Miguel Coley. McKoy, in his central midfield role, has netted seven times in all competitions.

"I think my team has strong quality and, with that, I am 100 per cent sure that we will add the Manning Cup to the Super Cup and also go on to win the Walker Cup and Olivier Shield titles," McKoy stated.

Coach Coley says that McKoy is "a flexible" player, who wins the first or second ball in midfield."

McKoy, 18, is in lower sixth form at JC. He was a member of his school's winning Under-14 team in 2011.

A good student/athlete, McKoy has eight CXC passes and intends to play professionally overseas or pursue a career in business.

  • Charlie's surprise package

A diminutive attacking midfielder, Charlie Smith High's Chevon Crooks sent his school into today's Manning Cup final with a well-taken goal against Wolmer's Boys.

He will be a player to watch in today's final with his fine dribbling skills and ability to kick with both feet.

"He is a competent player and can make the difference for us in the final against Jamaica College," Charlie Smith's coach Jerome Waite said of the player.

Crooks, who came over from Tarrant High school three years ago, is in his second season for 'Charlie'. He has scored five goals in all competitions so far.

He is working towards a scholarship and the fifth-form student will be sitting eight subjects in the CXC examination next year. Crooks resides in Orange Villa.