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Sports Fixtures

ISSA SOUTHERN UNDER 19 & 16

BASKETBALL FIXTURES 2016

DATEUNDER 16 - 2:30 PM
SCORES
UNDER 19 – 4:30 PM
SCORES
VENUE
WEDNESDAY 12/10/16
STCATH – JC
STCATH – JC
ST CATHERINE
THURSDAY 20/10/16
JC – MANLEY
JC – MANLEY
JA COLLEGE
WEDNESDAY 26/10/16
JC – CAMP
JC – CAMP
JA COLLEGE
TUESDAY 01/11/16
JC - AISK
JC - HYDEL
JA COLLEGE
THURSDAY NOV 3, 2016
CBAR – JC
CBAR – JC
CALABAR
WEDNESDAY 09/11/16
CDON – JC
CDON – JC
CAMPERDOWN
FRIDAY 11/11/16
TIVO – JC
TIVO – JC
TIVOLI HIGH
NOV , 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22,
Quarter FinalsTBA
Nov-25
SEMIFINALS
TBA
NOV 28, DEC 1 +
FINALS
TBA

Badminton

Basketball

Jamaica College participates in the KFC-sponsored ISSA Schoolboy Basketball Competition as a member of the Southern Conference

ISSA SOUTHERN UNDER 19 & 16

BASKETBALL FIXTURES 2016

DATEUNDER 16 - 2:30 PM
SCORES
UNDER 19 – 4:30 PM
SCORES
VENUE
WEDNESDAY 12/10/16
STCATH – JC
STCATH – JC
ST CATHERINE
THURSDAY 20/10/16
JC – MANLEY
JC – MANLEY
JA COLLEGE
WEDNESDAY 26/10/16
JC – CAMP
JC – CAMP
JA COLLEGE
TUESDAY 01/11/16
JC - AISK
JC - HYDEL
JA COLLEGE
THURSDAY NOV 3, 2016
CBAR – JC
CBAR – JC
CALABAR
WEDNESDAY 09/11/16
CDON – JC
CDON – JC
CAMPERDOWN
FRIDAY 11/11/16
TIVO – JC
TIVO – JC
TIVOLI HIGH
NOV , 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22,
Quarter FinalsTBA
Nov-25
SEMIFINALS
TBA
NOV 28, DEC 1 +
FINALS
TBA

Cricket

The urban area secondary schools compete annually in the Grace Shield Schoolboy Cricket Competition, a Grace -sponsored schoolboy cricket competition.

Field Hockey

Jamaica College competes in both the Under-16 and Under-19 divisions of the ISSA-sponsored Jamaica Hockey Federation Hockey League. In 2011, Jamaica College became champions of the Under-19 division and placed third in the Under-16.

Football

The Sydney Olivier Interscholastic Challenge Shield is the oldest and most prestigious schoolboy football title. Vie for the shield is played between winners of DaCosta Cup and Manning Cup. Below is a list of all the times we have won the title.

Lawn Tennis

Table Tennis

Tae Kwon Do

Track & Field

The school has won the boys' title an overall 21 times at the Grace Kennedy & Company Limited sponsored Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Boys' and Girls' Athletics Championships during the event's 101-year history. The athletics team has maintained a promising showing over the recent years, consistently placing in the top five among all the participants.

 

Boy’s Championship Titles:

1911    Jamaica College

1912    Jamaica College

1913    Jamaica College

1916    Jamaica College

1918    Jamaica College

1919    Jamaica College

1921    Jamaica College

1922    Jamaica College

1923    Jamaica College

1928    Jamaica College

1940    Jamaica College

1952    Jamaica College

1959     Jamaica College

1991     Jamaica College

1992     Jamaica College

1994     Jamaica College

1995     Jamaica College

1998     Jamaica College

1999     Jamaica College

2000     Jamaica College

2011     Jamaica College

 

Sports Houses

DaCosta House: Orange

This house is named after Granville Monty DaCosta who was President of the Old Boy’s Association for 24 years from 1941 – 1965. Mr. DaCosta was an active member of the School Board and a generous contributor towards the College.

 

Drax House: Maroon

Drax House is named after the founding father of Jamaica College, Charles Drax an estate owner from Twittenham, England, who came to Jamaica from Barbados and who left funds for he establishment of the school.

 

Hardie House: Green

The house is named after the fourth principal at Hope Road, Mr. W. A. Hardie. He served as principal from 1942 – 1945.

 

Murray House: Blue

Murray House is named in honour of Reginald Myrie Murray, third principal of Jamaica College, since it has been at its present location. Mr. Murray served for 8 years from 1933 – 1942.

 

Chambers House: Yellow

Chambers House is named after the fifth principal and first Old Boy who was principal at the Hope Road location. Mr. Hugo Carl Winston Chambers served for 14 years from 1946 – 1960 and the 10k memorial track event was named in his honour.

 

Cowper House: Purple

The second principal at the hope Road location was William Cowper, who succeeded Archdeacon Simms and who was principal when the chapel was dedicated in 1924.

 

Musgrave House: Red

This house is the only house named after a woman. Lady Musgrave, wife of Governor, Sir Anthony Musgrave, who gave generous contributions to the College and opened the buildings at the Hope Road location, on July 9, 1885.

 

Simms House: Rust

Simms house was named in honor of Archdeacon William Simms who served as principal from 1883 – 1993.

Contact Us

189 Old Hope Road,

Kingston 6,

Jamaica, W.I.

(876) 977 - 2314 or (876) 927 - 0925