In Your Neighbourhood
Petrojam, Scotiabank, ATL, Peak Bottling to contest KSA Business House finals
The finals of the 2017 Western Sports-sponsored, Kingston and St Andrew Business House Football League will be contested today at Winchester Park, St George's College. The games were postponed last week because of bad weather.
In the curtain-raiser at 2 p.m., Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) will face Peak Bottling in the Division Two final. At 4 p.m. in the Division One final, Petrojam will meet Scotiabank.
In the Division One feature, Petrojam will be playing in their eighth straight final and are seeking their seventh title. They are coached by Lenworth 'Teacher ' Hyde while the coach of Scotiabank is Marcel 'Fuzzy" Gayle.
KSAFA Under-13 and Under-15 leagues continue today
The MILO/KSAFA Under-13 and Under-15 competitions continue today at several venues. All Under-13 games are scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. while the Under-15 matches begin at 4:30 p.m.
- Mountain View FC vs Barbican FC - Excelsior High
- Shortwood United FC vs Swallowfield FC - Shortwood
- Tivoli Gardens FC s New Kingston FC - Molynes Football Field
- Rae Town FC vs Brown's Town FC - Vauxhall Hall High
- Whitfield Town FC vs Seaview Gardens FC - Greenwich All-Age
- Red Hills United FC vs Constant Spring FC - Belvedere
- Stony Hill FC vs Duhaney Park FC - Duhaney Park (These games are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.)
15 teams to battle in Nutramix Double Six Domino Grand Finals
The Turtle River Park in Ocho Rios will come alive today for the staging of the grand finals of the Nutramix Double Six Domino Championship. Fifteen teams from eight regional rounds will battle for cash and other prizes, courtesy of Nutramix.
This year's winners will walk away with $250,000, 300 baby chicks and one ton of feed. The runners-up will take home 150 baby chicks, half ton feed, and $50,000 in cash.
The competition began on June 24 in Old Harbour. Other regional rounds took place in Kingston, St Elizabeth, Westmoreland, St Thomas, St Mary, Manvhester, and
St James. The competition seeks to create relationships and give back to farmers while encouraging potential farmers to get involved in the agricultural industry. It also aims to celebrate the spirit of the domino game, a popular past-time for Jamaicans far and wide.