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Published:Saturday | December 30, 2017 | 12:00 AM

Purewater/JC to honour Coley

 

The 25th staging of the Purewater/JC/R. Danny Williams Development meet will be held at the school grounds, 189 Old Hope Road, on January 6. Start time is 8:30 a.m.

The Purewater/JC/R. Danny Williams is one of the qualifying meets for the annual Boys and Girls' Championships, which will have its 108th staging this year. The meet has been officially accredited by the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association.

This year's honouree is Miguel Coley, football head coach and technical director of Jamaica College. Coley is being honoured for his tireless efforts as an outstanding football coach of JC.

A special presentation will be made to the family of late Jamaica College old boy and long serving official/volunteer at this meet, Andrew 'Bull' Moss, who died tragically on November 21.

 

Manchester KO finals tomorrow

 

Former champions Hill Stars and Mile Gully will contest the finals of the MFA/Brumalia House Knockout Competition tomorrow at the Kirkvine Sports Club.

Kick-off time will be 3 p.m. Extra time and, if necessary, penalty kicks will be employed if the contest is not settled within regulation time.

Hill Stars are multiple champions while Mile Gully will be looking to earn their first knockout title, although they have been to the final several times, including losing to Hill Stars.

However, Mile Gully's place in the final is somewhat of a resurgence for the team, having struggled in recent years in the Major League. They reached this year's final after knocking off defending champions Ricam Academy on penalty kicks in thesemi-finals.

Hill Stars needed extra time to defeat Los Perfectors 4-3 in their semi-final encounter.

 

South Central Super League back on January 6-7

 

The South Central Confederation Super League will resume on the weekend of January 6 with a full slate of matches over two days.

The 2017-18 season began mid-December but broke after one round of matches. Six games were contested instead of the usual eight.

The competition is sponsored by Charley's JB Rum. The zones are comprised of:

Zone 1: Vere United FC (formerly Jamalco FC), Tru-Juice FC, Moores FC, Old Harbour Bay FC, Real Treasure Beach FC, Black Star FC, Porus FC, and Downs FC.

Zone 2: Rivoli United, Sporting Central Academy, York Town FC, Dunbeholden FC, St Bess FC, Holland Police Youth Club, Greenvale Academy, and Hillstars FC.

 

JAAA/PUMA Kirkvine meet January 13

 

The organising committee of the JAAA/PUMA sponsored Kirkvine Development Meet has announced that this year's meet will be contested on Saturday, January 13.

The meet has been held in Manchester since 1983. The chairman remains retired Kirkvine community relations officer and former JAAA president, Pat Anderson. Organising committee members include Maurice Wilson and Bernie Panton. Schools can register online as well as before 8:30 a.m. on the day of the meet.