Jamaica College swim team placed 5th in the 2013 Annual Mayberry Investments High School Swim Meet held on March 8th at the National Stadium Pool. Though the team entered several events the spot light was on 12 year-old Sean-Douglas Gooden, and 14 year-old Yonatan Goren of Jamaica College.
Following up on their fine performance on Thursday, March 21, 2013, the Great College bowled out defending champions Innswood High for 73 runs on the second day of the two day competition. They were still 193 runs behind! Forced to follow on, Innswood then made a decent score of 249, with Shane Pusey topping their […]
For the third time consecutively, Jamaica College dominated the ISSA Under 19 Field Hockey Competition at the finals which was held at the Mona Hockey Field on March 6, 2013. The team, captained by Jonte Johnson, played a total of five (5) games before reaching the finals to play against Wolmer’s Boys’ High School. The […]
The excitement and intensity that accompanies the ISSA Boys and Girls Championship had everyone worked up as to who would take this year’s coveted Mortimer Geddes Trophy home. The strong contenders this year were Jamaica College, Calabar and Kingston College. With the hard work and preparation placed into training, Jamaica College had never falter in […]
Devaughn Baker Age: 16 Nickname: Baker Q: What songs do you enjoy listening to before a race? A: I like to listen to Mavado’s Box Of Money. Q: Do you do any kind of rituals before a race? A: I usually cross myself then I would get into a zone.
Jamaica College’s Under 19 table tennis team defeated Hillel 3-2 on Thursday 7/3/2013. All the players gave their best in a keenly contested match.
One down…two to go! Following up on its solid performance when we made 259 all out, the Great College bundled out Cbar for 160, a lead of 99 runs! We, therefore, won first innings points…and effectively the game. We collected all three (3) points!
Having won our first cricket title for the 2013 season…and the first since 2004… we are now seeking our second. JC is in the semi-final round of the Grace Shield Premier League where we are scheduled to play three (3) matches. The first will be against arch-rivals Calabar High on their home-ground this Wednesday and Thursday, March 6 and 7.
Only one can reign as the Supreme King in the highly anticipated in-house football league.
The year 2013 will be the 103rd anniversary of boys and girls champs and all potential winning teams will be vying for the coveted Mortimer Geddes trophy at the championship with Jamaica College as the number one contender…