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Published:Saturday | October 1, 2022 | 12:07 AM
Kayon Mitchell (left), Flow’s Director of Communications, and niece Kahli Wallace who is just too sweet were out to support  Wolmer’s.
Kayon Mitchell (left), Flow’s Director of Communications, and niece Kahli Wallace who is just too sweet were out to support Wolmer’s.
“It’s all good!” said Wolmerian Stephen McMorris (left), Director, MSR Design Studio to Campionite Christopher “CJ” James, CEO of DOS 2009 Limited, following the exciting face-off.
“It’s all good!” said Wolmerian Stephen McMorris (left), Director, MSR Design Studio to Campionite Christopher “CJ” James, CEO of DOS 2009 Limited, following the exciting face-off.
Taking a break from the day’s festivities to take a picture were Campion Old Boys, (from left) Richard Powell, US-based investor and entrepreneur, Darren Virtue, owner of Apparel Pro and Merchandising and Julian Mair, chief investment strategist of Jamai
Taking a break from the day’s festivities to take a picture were Campion Old Boys, (from left) Richard Powell, US-based investor and entrepreneur, Darren Virtue, owner of Apparel Pro and Merchandising and Julian Mair, chief investment strategist of Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) Group.
Grace Baston (left), principal of Campion College and Dwight Pennycooke, principal of Wolmer’s Boys School were out to show their full support for the annual reunion football match which was being hosted in Jamaica for the first time last Saturday at Wol
Grace Baston (left), principal of Campion College and Dwight Pennycooke, principal of Wolmer’s Boys School were out to show their full support for the annual reunion football match which was being hosted in Jamaica for the first time last Saturday at Wolmer’s Boys School.
Wayne “Wayne Marshall” Mitchell celebrates scoring the winning goal for Wolmer’s at the football match.
Wayne “Wayne Marshall” Mitchell celebrates scoring the winning goal for Wolmer’s at the football match.
Douglas Orane (left), director - Wolmer’s Board of Trustees and Lennox Robinson (centre), CEO  E-Payment Group Limited, listen keenly as JC Old Boy Mickey Mowatt, recounts his memorable goal from the half line against Calabar in the 1963 Manning Cup comp
Douglas Orane (left), director - Wolmer’s Board of Trustees and Lennox Robinson (centre), CEO E-Payment Group Limited, listen keenly as JC Old Boy Mickey Mowatt, recounts his memorable goal from the half line against Calabar in the 1963 Manning Cup competition.
Jason Craig Watson (left), former captain of the Campion Manning Cup Team catches up with Andre Gray, former Wolmer’s Manning Cup Player and president of the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C Sout
Jason Craig Watson (left), former captain of the Campion Manning Cup Team catches up with Andre Gray, former Wolmer’s Manning Cup Player and president of the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach last Saturday.
Julian Robinson (left), Campionite and member of parliament for South East St Andrew is greeted by Lissant Mitchell, former goalkeeper of the Wolmer’s Manning Cup Team and Age Quod Agis SAA executive member at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at
Julian Robinson (left), Campionite and member of parliament for South East St Andrew is greeted by Lissant Mitchell, former goalkeeper of the Wolmer’s Manning Cup Team and Age Quod Agis SAA executive member at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach.
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The threat of Tropical Storm Ian did not dampen the excitement around the annual Wolmer’s-Campion over-40 reunion football face-off last Saturday at Wolmer’s Boys’ School. Organised by the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association (SAA), the positive vibes increased when Wolmer’s took the win, 1 – 0. The fun then continued at the N’Dulge afterparty at C & C South Beach. Something Extra shares some highlights.