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James looks to make statement

By on February 10, 2020

first_imgJorginho James was on a mission on Monday night – a mission to prove that he was good enough, and he did just that in the Red Stripe Premier League as he led Harbour View to a thumping 5-0 over UWI.Smarting from his ‘rejection’ by the US Major League Soccer (MLS), the ambitious 21-year-old box-to-box midfielder felt that there was only one way to handle the issue – perform.”I have been working very hard on the training ground. I have been away and things did not work out the way I wanted them to, but I came back here to prove something, to show that they made a mistake when they did not choose me in that (MLS) combine, so for me personally, it is good and I have a lot more to work on in my game to get overseas,” said the former Papine, Wolmer’s and Kingston College student.James, who showed his qualities with a goal-scoring debut for the Reggae Boyz as a 17 year-old, was Harbour View’s best player on the night, as he scored the first goal for Harbour View in the fourth minute, had a hand in the second and scored the fifth, as they spanked the promoted UWI outfit.John-Ross Campbell (51st), Brian Brown (71st) and substitute Rojay Smith (78th) scored the other goals for the team, which improved its tally to 33 points and narrowed the gap on fourth-placed Humble Lion to two points.”I was not disappointed in my performance in the MLS combine because I went over there and did well. I think it was some administrative matters that caused it not to work and not about the performance that I gave on the field.”I did well. My agent has talked to me and told me that I have nothing to worry about. He said I will be back there and will be in even better situations, so I have come back and refocus on getting the balls in the back of the net. This is important for myself and the club,” James said.James admitted that not having the contract he thought he would have had at this time especially after an opportunity to play professionally in Japan also fell through can be frustrating.Having had just one national cap after making his debut for a total of two, James said it is not enough for him and the desire to get back into the fold burns in his belly.BACK ON NAT’L SIDE”It most definitely is my plan to get back into the national team. That is what I am working on. It is hard for us to get called up from the local league, so I am putting in the work to get overseas and it will be much easier for me. It is there in the making to come. It will come,” he declared.But the only way to get abroad is to do the work at, ‘yard’ and part of that is personal performance and winning with the team.”I am most elated about the win this evening. We have been training hard, and the players are dedicated. I feel very good to know that the team scored five goals tonight. The way we did it also was very good. It was not just a one player, but a number of different players. It is very good for the club, the fans and the coaching staff.”We are gunning for the championship. That is why we are playing not just to compete, but to win the competition not only this season, but every season,” the very focused player said.POINTS STANDINGTeams P W D L GF GA GD PtsArnett 23 13 4 6 35 20 15 43Portmore 23 13 4 6 28 20 8 43MoBay Utd 23 11 9 3 34 13 21 42H Lion FC 23 9 8 6 21 18 3 35H.View 23 8 9 6 28 22 6 33UWI FC 23 8 6 9 24 34 -10 30Cavalier SC 23 7 6 10 18 23 -5 27Boys’ Town 23 7 6 10 25 33 -8 27Reno 23 6 9 8 22 30 -8 27Rivoli 22 5 7 10 23 30 -7 22W’house 23 4 9 10 20 28 -8 21Tivoli 22 5 5 12 24 31 -7 20last_img read more

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Phenomenal running! – Taylor earns new respect after Bloomfield challenge

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first_img However, the KC athlete, who admitted that he came into the championships at around 60 per cent and is the only schoolboy many genuinely believe can beat Taylor over the 400m, made sure he conserved this time so that he could participate in the relays. So when both were pitted against each other on the final leg of the 4x400m, it had the entire stadium on its feet in excited anticipation. They were not disappointed, as it was a race for the ages, truly one of the great races of ‘Champs’. When Taylor received the baton approximately 10 metres ahead of Bloomfield, the Calabar fans were celebrating wildly. But the moment Bloomfield got hold of the baton, the noise of the KC faithfuls snuffed out that of their perennial rivals, as Bloomfield – in all his magnificence – rounded Taylor on the backstretch and went on to create a 10-metre gap at the 200 mark. It was then that Taylor made his move. As they headed into the final straight, like David and Goliath, the gigantic Bloomfield began to wane, while the pint-sized Taylor, who always appeared to have energy to spare, stood tall, caught and passed his opponent with nearly 50 metres and sprinted to a clear victory. The modest youngsters told The Gleaner that only God can explain his extraordinary talent and put his win over Bloomfield down to his race strategy. “I can’t say anything about that (talent). God gave me the talent and the speed … you would have to ask God that question,” he commented. “The strategy going into the race (4x400m) was that if I got the baton first, I am just going to maintain my pace, no big outburst of speed, then accelerate in the home straight,” Taylor pointed out. “I was confident in my team and knew that I would play my part, and I just went and executed a perfect game plan in the final of the 4×4, and I give God thanks for the victory,” he said on Saturday night after the event. Everyone knows Calabar High School’s track and field star, Christopher Taylor, is special. However, the just-concluded 2016 Girls and Boys’ Athletic Championships proved much more. The young Calabar athlete burst on to the scene as a 400 metre sensation with stamina to burn and no one in his age ranks close to being his rival, as he broke record after record in the event. This season, however, he revealed that he is a true sprint phenomenon. At the championships, he easily walked away with the Class Two 200m and 400m gold medals, setting records in both events (20.80 in 200m and 46.33 in 400m) in the preliminaries and won the respective finals in 21.24 and 47.76. He also helped Calabar break the Class Two 4x100m record, erasing the old mark of 40.54 set by JC in 2013 with a scorching 40.29. However, it was the young runner’s magnificent run in the meet’s closing event, the 4x400m anchor leg against Kingston College’s (KC) outstanding and talented quarter-miler/sprinter, Akeem Bloom-field, that brought the house down and lifted his stocks among track and field enthusiasts to another level. Bloomfield, the Class One record holder, set the record (44.93) last year, but took no part in the relays. “I didn’t surprise myself because I have been training for this for the last months, but coming out here tonight and doing this is really amazing.” Calabar’s assistant coach, Omar Hawes, said Taylor surprises them everyday. “This is how we normally set up our (4x400m) team, it is not a Bloomfield situation why we put him out there, that is where he normally runs in the order. But if Bloomfield is there and he thought he could have gone past Christopher Taylor and won that race, he had a next thing coming. That young man is so talented that everyday he does something new, I am impressed again, he is that special.” The school’s head coach, Michael Clarke, says it is a joy working with the youngster. “He is an extraordinary talent, a wonderful person to work with, and I’m looking to work with him for some time to come.” PREPARED WELL HEIGHTENED ANTICIPATIONlast_img read more

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Ja’s Boyz face US in Gold Cup semi-final

By on January 20, 2020

first_img disciplined team ATLANTA, Georgia: BELIEF and strength in unity. Those are the pillars on which Jamaica’s senior men’s national football head coach, Winfried Sch‰fer, has built his team, pushing forward at this CONCACAF Gold Cup with the motto, ‘all for one, one for all’. Those pillars will be tested by the United States of America, the defending champions, in their semi-final showdown at Georgia Dome here this evening, beginning at 6 o’clock (5 o’clock Jamaica time). The match has a distinct German flavour, with Sch‰fer and 1990 World Cup hero, J¸rgen Klinsmann, heading the teams’ coaching staff. “David against Goliath,” was how Sch‰fer described the clash yesterday between the 34th-ranked Americans and 76th ranked Jamaica. “Everybody wants Mexico-US in the final. But we’re not finished; like David, we want to win against Goliath.” He added: “Tomorrow is a fight; we have 11 players, two German coaches, 68,000 people against us. The German style is discipline, fitness, heart and fight.” The team was instructed to change its predominantly yellow outfit to green, but Sch‰fer chose to look at the brighter side. “Green in German means hope. Maybe green is our hope against the States,” he noted. “I’ve confidence in my team and our team spirit. What is important is everybody gives 100 per cent.” The coaches have done much to instill a level of discipline in their team’s mentality and approach, which will be key in strategising for a place in Sunday’s final at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. “The semi-final is not the finish. I want to go in the big stadium in Philadelphia on Sunday, not Saturday,” Sch‰fer said about the preceding third-place play-off. The Reggae Boyz, the Carib-bean champions, have never played in the Gold Cup final, while the Stars and Stripes have done so on nine occasions, winning five times. In previous tournaments, the Jamaicans have been in the semis twice, 1993 when they finished joint third and 1998, when the Boyz historically qualified for the first World Cup final. Mexico are the all-time Gold Cup winners, knocking off six titles. They are on course to add a seventh, being involved in the other semi-final matchup at 8 p.m. (7 p.m. Jamaica time) against Panama. Mexico’s earned their place with an undeserved penalty in the last minute of extra-time to oust Costa Rica 1-0 on Andres Guardado’s goal in the quarter-finals, while the Panamanians beat Trinidad and Tobago 6-5 in a penalty shootout, after both teams finished 1-1. The United States and Jamaica had contrasting quarter-final results, with the Americans routing a weak Cuba team 6-0 while Jamaica were taken to task in a 1-0 victory over Haiti, as centre forward Giles Barnes scored at the seventh minute. Klinsmann liked the way his team looked: “I think we’re in a very good spot going into the semi-finals in Atlanta. Our goal now is to win the Gold Cup.” He added: “It’ll be a very tough match on Wednesday night in Atlanta.” Clint Dempsey leads the tournament in scoring with six strikes and his team has a 13 wins, one loss and eight draws record against Jamaica in senior team matches, with the Reggae Boyz first and only win coming in a World Cup Qualifier at ‘The Office’ in 2012. Given the way the teams match up, with Jamaica’s overall quality and strong defending, plus the US’ general straightforward attacking style, the Jamaicans have a very good chance to win. Dempsey will be key for the US, who have scored 10 goals while conceding two, along with Michael Bradley, who is good at finding space in midfield, from which he engineers offence with his passing skill. “It’s a very good team, athletic team, physical team so we know it will be a very difficult game,” Bradley predicted. “Our mentality is six games, one at a time, we want to lift the trophy. Right now, we’re four down,” he added. Key Reggae Boyz are out of the Jamaica squad for today’s matchup. Centre half Jermaine Taylor picked up a hamstring injury – that required surgery – in their group stage 1-0 win over El Salvador in Toronto; scoring fullback/midfielder Demar Phillips is also back with his club through injury; and Alvas Powell turned his back on his country by walking out of the team after their Toronto victory. Sch‰fer though, has always focused on the players at hand, noting: “We need all players to win. We’ve 23 players and I trust all my players.” Two of his most trusted, central midfielders Je-Vaughn Watson and striker Darren Mattocks, will add depth to his squad after missing the quarter-final tie through suspension. “I’ve more possibility for changes,” Sch‰fer observed. “Both players know about the States because they play in the MLS.” Watson, with quickness of feet, plus the ability to pass with both feet and defend, has been instrumental for Jamaica in the centre of the park with hardworking captain, Rodolph Austin. Their work has been complemented well by the experienced Joel (Jobi) McAnuff and effective Garath McCleary, in a Jamaica team that has grown much in stature to the one that faced the US at the Gold Cup, in the 2011 quarter-final. “We should not fear them,” said central defender Michael Hector. “Obviously, they’re a good side, they’re in their backyard and they’re doing well. We’ve got respect, but sometimes it goes out the window when it comes to the game. “If we play well I don’t see why we can’t beat them.”last_img read more

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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEWS

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first_imgSATURDAY, SEPT 12ARSENAL 2STOKE CITY 0GOALS:-ARSENAL: WALCOTT 31; GIROUD 85.Arsenal moved up to third on Saturday with their first home win of the new campaign as Stoke dropped to the foot of the Barclays Premier League. The Gunners forced 29 attempts on goal but took more than half-an-hour before Theo Walcott netted to claim his 11th goal in 11 starts. Substitute Olivier Giroud added a second late on.CRYSTAL PALACE 0 MANCHESTER CITY 1GOAL:-CITY: IHEANACHO 90.Manchester City left it late to secure a fifth straight win at fellow high-flyers Crystal Palace. After a frustrating 90 minutes, Nigerian teenager Kelechi Iheanacho scored his first senior goal with 20 seconds remaining of normal time, after Samir Nasri’s shot was saved. City also kept a fifth straight clean sheet from the start of the season for the first time in their history.EVERTON 3CHELSEA 1GOALS:-EVERTON:NAISMITH 17, 22, 82. CHELSEA: MATIC 36.Steven Naismith scored a perfect hat-trick to hand champions Chelsea their third loss in their opening five league games. Naismith replaced the injured Muhamed Besic early on and headed in Brendan Galloway’s cross before sending a left-footed shot to put the Toffees 2-0 up. Chelsea responded through Nemanja Matic, but Scotsman Naismith added his third with his right foot.MANCHESTER UNITED3 LIVERPOOL 1GOALS:-UNITED: BLIND 49; HERRERA PEN 70; MARTIAL 86. LIVERPOOL: BENTEKE 84.Manchester United’s £36-million teenager, Anthony Martial, marked his debutwith a stunning goal. Christian Benteke’s equally impressive overhead kick had thrown Liverpool a lifeline after Daley Blind’s neat finish and Ander Herrera’s penalty had put Louis van Gaal’s side in control to lift United into second place in the Barclays Premier League table behind Manchester City.NORWICH CITY 3AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1GOALS:-NORWICH: JEROME 35; HOOLAHAN 52; JARVIS 67. BOURNEMOUTH: COOK 81.Wes Hoolahan inspired Norwich to an impressive victory over fellow promoted side Bournemouth. Hoolahan set up Cameron Jerome for the first goal before Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson hit the post. Hoolahan scored from outside the box for the second and then winger Matt Jarvis added a third on his debut before Steve Cook headed home a lateconsolation.WATFORD 1SWANSEA CITY 0GOAL:-WATFORD:IGHALO 59.Odion Ighalo’s second-half goal handed 10-man Watford their first Premier League victory of theseason. The Nigerian forward converted a headed pass from Troy Deeney from eight yards to score the club’s first home goal of the season. Watford were reduced to 10 men when Valon Behrami was sent off after appearing to stamp on Andre Ayew.WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0SOUTHAMPTON 0GOALS:-NONE.Southampton’s disappointing start to the season continued at The Hawthorns with a drab, colourless goalless draw on Saturday. The Saints have won just two of their last 11 games in the Barclays Premier League, though West Bromwich Albion have netted just three goals in five games so far this campaign.SUNDAY, SEPT 13SUNDERLAND 0TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1GOAL:-SPURS:MASON 82 .Ryan Mason’s late strike earned Tottenham victory at Sunderland and the club’s first Barclays Premier League win of the season. Spurs finally broke the deadlock when Mason placed his shot past keeper Costel Pantilimon. Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe had the best chance prior to the goal when his shot cannoned off the post.LEICESTER CITY 3ASTON VILLA 2GOALS:-LEICESTER: DE LAET 72; VARDY 82; DYER 89. VILLA: GREALISH 39; GIL 63.Leicester City moved into second place in the Barclays Premier League after staging a remarkable comeback to beat Aston Villa. Villa took the lead through Jack Grealish, and Carles Gil swept in a second before Ritchie de Laet volleyed the hosts a lifeline. Jamie Vardy prodded Leicester level before sub Nathan Dyer’s brave late headed winner on his debut.last_img read more

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#JaVotes2016: Comrades are already celebrating in St Thomas West

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first_imgMarsha Francis, the People’s National Party’s (PNP) candidate vying for the western St Thomas seat, is feeling pretty confident about her chances. According to her, the comrades are already celebrating and as a daughter of the soil, she is confident that she will be victorious.  Francis, who was made aware of the low voter turnout, says that she knows for sure that the comrades came out to vote. “Especially in my division! Comrades definitely showed their support.  I believe that the constituency is depressed and as a daughter of the soil I have experienced it too. People are unsatisfied with level of representation so it’s time to move on,” she said. Francis told reporters that she sees herself as a hard worker who is ready to rebuild her constituency.last_img read more

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Shrewd Klopp turning Liverpool into EPL title contenders

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first_imgLIVERPOOL, England (AP): It’s a year since Juergen Klopp breezed into English football as the new manager of Liverpool, and the bespectacled, fun-loving German has established himself as the most charismatic coach in the Premier League. He’s proving to be the shrewdest, too. In a summer transfer window of record spending by English top-flight clubs that topped one billion pounds (now US$1.2 billion) for the first time, Liverpool returned a profit – reportedly between £10-£15 million – as Klopp juggled his squad with mostly lower-profile recruits. Fears that Liverpool would be left behind by their big-spending rivals have proved unfounded: The strategy has worked out just fine. Klopp’s team has had the toughest schedule of anyone in the league after seven games but is currently fourth in the standings, two points off first-place Manchester City. The Reds have taken a total of seven points from away games against Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, thrashed champions Leicester 4-1 and are the joint leading scorers with 18 goals. That start to the season compares favourably to that of Manchester United, who visit Anfield on Monday for what traditionally is the biggest game on the English calendar between the two most decorated teams in the country. United had the second-biggest net spend (an estimated $170 million) of any English club in the transfer window under new coach Jose Mourinho, taking a Galactico-style approach to its signings by bringing in Paul Pogba for a world-record fee and superstar striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. United are three points behind Liverpool in seventh place, despite having had easier-looking fixtures. Klopp spoke yesterday of the “world-class players” that Mourinho has brought in, but without a sense of jealousy. Quite simply, he’s happy with what he’s got. “It’s not a competition. It’s not that you win the league before the season,” Klopp said at Liverpool’s Melwood training ground. “You have a team without spending money and you have a team with spending a lot of money. Everybody has their own possibilities, their own ideas. “We did what we did because we thought it’s the right thing, for us.” Monday will mark a year since Klopp took charge of his first Liverpool match – a 0-0 draw at Tottenham – and he’s quickly stamped his mark on the team. Liverpool have a defined style of play, the high-energy counterpressing game long favoured by Klopp and carried over from his time in Germany with Mainz and Borussia Dortmund. He spoke effusively of the performance of his “wild boys” after Liverpool beat Hull 5-1 in the last match at Anfield, led by the energetic and nimble forward trio of Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane. It’s in this regard that Liverpool are way ahead of United, who are still searching for an identity in the early months of Mourinho’s reign. Mourinho has repeatedly said it would take time for the methods of his predecessor, Louis van Gaal, to be completely erased. After winning their first three games, United won only one of their next four. “What I heard is that you think we are in a good moment and they (United) are not in a good moment,” Klopp said in a news conference. “I can’t see the big difference with three points. They have big quality in their team and we have to respect this but, of course, it’s Anfield. We have to show this. I’m hoping for the best atmosphere. It will help.” The home “atmosphere” helped last season, when Liverpool overwhelmed Van Gaal’s United in a 2-0 win at Anfield in the Europa League’s round of 16. “Creating a special atmosphere is important,” Klopp said. “That’s the challenge for us – take the special thing about this game, then (add it to) our usual and normal style.” For his part, Mourinho was terse in his assessment of both Liverpool’s title credentials and Klopp’s influence at Anfield. “You have to ask them; they are a good team,” Mourinho said. When asked about Klopp’s impact, Mourinho replied simply: “I’ve not much to say.” DOING THE RIGHT THINGlast_img read more

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Maverley-Hughenden, W’house in RSPL derby

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first_imgLeaders UWI FC will try to extend their advantage when they tackle Boys’ Town at UWI Bowl, Mona, in one of today’s rescheduled fixtures in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) football competition. Following their 1-0 win over previous leaders Humble Lion on Sunday, UWI now head the standings with 16 points and will be looking for another win against second-from-bottom Boys’ Town, who are desperate to add to their four points. One of the round’s biggest clashes pits Washington Boulevard neighbours Waterhouse and Maverley-Hughenden, one of this season’s newcomers, against each other. Waterhouse lost their first four matches then won back-to-back games to move to six points before falling to champions MoBay United last Sunday. Maverley-Hughenden have been steadier, with five draws to date, but form counts for little in matchups of these sorts of derbies. MoBay United (13) and Arnett Gardens (13), who have shared the league championship for the past three years, meet in the day’s biggest clash. Both have made a decent start and registered wins on Sunday and will be engaged in a dogfight. Today’s matches – 3 p.m.: Waterhouse vs Maverley-Hughenden at Drewsland Stadium – 7 p.m.: Harbour View vs Humble Lion at Harbour View Stadium – 3 p.m.: Montego Bay United vs Arnett Gardens at Wespow Park – 3 p.m.: Portmore United vs Reno at Juici Park, Clarendon – 3 p.m.: UWI FC vs Boys’ Town at UWI Bowl, Mona – 3 p.m.: Jamalco FC vs Tivoli Gardens at Wembley Centre of Excellencelast_img read more

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Scorpions look to rebound

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first_imgHead coach Robert Samuels expects Jamaica Scorpions to rebound from their first game loss to Guyana and defeat the Windward Islands Volcanoes in the second round of the WICB Regional Four-day Championship at Sabina Park, starting today.The match, one of three across the region on the weekend, is set to get under way at 10 a.m.”Coming out of the first game, we had a lot of pluses despite losing to Guyana,” said Samuels, who is in his first stint as head coach.”We prevented them from getting full batting points. We got some fast-bowling points, and we got some batting points, which, for the last couple of years, we did not get a batting point until about the fifth or sixth round.””I also mentioned before the start of the season that I want to put a ‘team’ out on the park, and we did play as a team. We bowled well, we fielded well, and the energy was high.”IMPROVINGBATTINGCurrently fifth in the six-team championship, Jamaica will enter the clash looking to improve on their batting, which yielded totals of 208 and 147 against the Guyanese in their 181-run defeat on the final day.West Indies middle-order batsman Jermaine Blackwood, with 96 out in the second innings, was the best Scorpion batsmen, while opener John Campbell was next best with 71 in their first time at the bat.Samuels, a former West Indies opener, also said he was also encouraged heading into the encounter by the fact that the Windwards also lost their opener by nine wickets to the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at Queen’s Park Oval.”I am looking forward to this game as we are now at home,” continued Samuels, who, last season, was assistant coach to now chairman of selectors, Junior Bennett.”The Windward Islands also lost their opening game to Trinidad, and as such, the aim is to rebound.”Jamaica have made one change to the squad of 13 for the showdown, with West Indies ‘A’ fast bowler, Reynard Leveridge replacing injured seamer Jason Dawes.Leveridge returned home prematurely from the West Indies ‘A’ team tour of Sri Lanka after picking up a groin injury.He has subsequently recovered and over the past two weeks, represented the Jamaica Defence Force in the ongoing Jamaica Cricket Association national one-day tournament.Jamaica Scorpions (from) – Nikita Miller (captain), Jermaine Blackwood, John Campbell, Reynard Leveridge, Derval Green, Trevon Griffith, Damion Jacobs, Brandon King, AndrÈ McCarthy, Marquino Mindley, Devon Thomas, Shacaya Thomas, and Chadwick Walton.Windward Volcanoes (from) – Liam Sebastien (captain), Sunil Ambris, Narsingh Deonarine, Tarryck Gabriel, Kavem Hodge, Delorn Johnson, Mervin Matthew, Kenroy Peters, Jerlani Robinson, Shane Shillingford, Devon Smith, Tyrone Theophile.last_img read more

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Past winners of Manning Cup

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first_imgPast winners of Manning Cup1909 – Jamaica College1910 – Jamaica College1911 – No competition1912 – St George’s College1913 – Jamaica College1914 – Jamaica College1915 – Jamaica College1916 – Jamaica College1917 – Jamaica College1918 – Jamaica College1919 – Jamaica College1920 – St George’s College1921 – Jamaica College1922 – Jamaica College1923 – Wolmer’s Boys1924 – Wolmer’s Boys1925 – Wolmer’s Boys1926 – Wolmer’s Boys1927 – St George’s College1928 – St George’s College1929 – St George’s College1930 – Wolmer’s Boys1931 – Wolmer’s Boys1932 – St George’s College1933 – Jamaica College1934 – Jamaica College1935 – St George’s College1936 – St George’s College1937 – St George’s College1938 – Wolmer’s Boys1939 – Wolmer’s Boys1940 – Jamaica College1941 – Jamaica College1942 – Jamaica College1943 – Calabar High1944 – No competition1945 – St George’s College1946 – Jamaica College1947 – St George’s College1948 – St George’s College1949 – Kingston College1950 – Kingston College1951 – Kingston College1952 – Kingston College1953 – Excelsior1954 – No competition1955 – St George’s College1956 – St George’s College1957 – Kingston College1958 – Kingston College1959 – St George’s College1960 – No competition1961 – Jamaica College1962 – Jamaica College1963 – Jamaica College1964 – Kingston College1965 – Kingston College1966 – No competition1967 – Kingston College1968 – Jamaica College1969 – Excelsior1970 – Kingston College1971 – Wolmer’s Boys1972 – No competition1973 – No competition1974 – Jamaica College1975 – Kingston College1976 – Tivoli High1977 – Calabar High1978 – Camperdown1979 – Camperdown1980 – Excelsior1981 – Kingston College1982 – Camperdown1983 – St George’s College1984 – St George’s College1985 – Kingston College1986 – Kingston College1987 – St Andrew Technical1988 – Charlie Smith1989 – Excelsior1990 – Charlie Smith1991 – Ardenne High1992 – St George’s College1993 – Excelsior1994 – Wolmer’s Boys1995 – Charlie Smith1996 – Norman Manley1997 – No competition1998 – Dunoon Technical1999 – Tivoli High2000 – Norman Manley2001 – Bridgeport2002 – Norman Manley2003 – Excelsior2004 – Excelsior2005 – Calabar High2006 – Bridgeport2007 – Jamaica College2008 – St George’s College2009 – St George’s College2010 – Jamaica College2011 – St George’s College2012 – St George’s College2013 – Jamaica College2014 – Jamaica College2015 – Jamaica College2016 – ??last_img read more

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Racing Results | Caymanas Park (March 11, 2017)

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first_imgTrack: Good Weather: FineRace 1 1600 M (Purse $590,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($450,0-$400,0)/NB5YO(NW4)*1. #2 UNBREAKABLE OWalker 54.02. #8 TARANTINO DDawkins2 54.0 3-3/4L3. #7 BALLON D’OR LSteadman2 54.5 1-3/4L4. #1 BIGBROWNGREYHOPE RHalledeen 54.0 2-1/2LWIN: $123.00PLACE: $76.00, $93.00, $80.00Final Time : 1:41.2 Splits : 24.1, 47.0, 1:12.4,Winner : 6yo ch colt – TRADITIONAL out of ONEMOREFASHION by CONCERTO (USA)Trainer : WILMOT,JOHNNY S Owner : CARLTON S WATSONBred by HAM STABLES LTD.Quinella : (2,8) $548.00 Exacta : (2-8) $836.00Superfecta : (2-8-7-1) $2,736.00Race 2 1100 M (Purse $500,000) 4YO&UP CLM($180,0)-NOT EARNED $120,0 SINCE 11/11/2016*1. #6 BULLET RAJ RWilson 55.02. #1 AQUILO AChatrie 55.0 2-1/2L3. #5 ALDEBARAN AndrePowell3 53.0 3L4. #3 MAX AndreePowell3 49.0 2LWIN: $97.00PLACE: $61.00, $150.00, $113.00Final Time : 1:09.0 Splits : 23.3, 48.1, ,Winner : 4yo colt – BLUE PEPSI LODGE out of DANCING GOLD byTrainer : PRINCE,TYRONE A Owner : FISHER’S PLACEBred by BAGWANDEEN, WILBERT LIVINGSTONEQuinella : (1,6) $286.00 Exacta : (6-1) $403.00D/E : (2-6) $206.00Superfecta : (6-1-5-3) $1,201.00Race 3 1200 M (Purse $560,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE III(NW3O/T)1. #8 LOTTERY TICKET OWalker 53.02. #4 SIMPLY THE BEST DaneNelson 53.5 3-1/4L3. #2 LORD EQUUS SEllis 54.5 Neck4. #3 LIKE A LADY WHenry 52.0 1-1/2LWIN: $391.00PLACE: $111.00, $114.00, $119.00Final Time : 1:12.2 Splits : 22.4, 46.1, ,Winner : 4yo b filly – SEEKING THE GLORY out of JUST A FLUTTER byTrainer : DACOSTA,WAYNE A Owner : ELIZABETH A. DACOSTA & BRUCE D. LEVYBred by BRUCE D LEVYQuinella : (4,8) $1,154.00 Exacta : (8-4) $2,390.00D/E : (6-8) $707.00Superfecta : (8-4-2-3) $10,221.00Rolling Triple : (2-6-8) $2,412.00Race 4 1400 M (Purse $500,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN CONDITION RACE*1. #7 KUNAMA WHenry 56.02. #5 SURE STEP SEllis 57.0 6L3. #1 EXPLOSIVE CHARGE AntThomas3 51.0 1-1/4L4. #10 ASTRO OEdwards2 51.0 Sh.Head5. #2 JASON’S GOLD JJackson 56.0 1-1/4LLate scratch : #8 LEEKOUTWIN: $132.00PLACE: $73.00, $86.00, $101.00Final Time : 1:29.3 Splits : 24.2, 48.0, 1:15.0,Winner : 4yo b colt – TWILIGHT TIME out of AKELA by LIVER STANDTrainer : TULLOCH,CONROY D Owner : ROYAL FAMILY STABLESBred by DAVID COLEQuinella : (5,7) $252.00 Exacta : (7-5) $558.00D/E : (8-7) $1,389.00 (8-8) $402.00Trifecta : (7-5-1) $621.00Hi-5 : (7-5-1-10-2) $3,091.00Rolling Triple : (6-8-7) $1,439.00Race 5 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.I)*1. #9 TWILIGHT DREAMS RHalledeen 56.02. #10 RAGE OF THE ANGELS DDawkins2 54.0 11-1/2L3. #2 UNCLE VINNIE SMuir 54.0 6L4. #7 DELPHINIUM WHenry 52.0 1/2LLate scratch : #6 CAPTUREMYSHIPWIN: $72.00PLACE: $55.00, $124.00, $81.00Final Time : 0:59.1 Splits : 22.4, 45.4, ,Winner : 3yo ch colt – TWILIGHT TIME out of SEAOFDREAMS by LAW OF THE SEATrainer : ANDERSON,CARL D Owner : CARL D ANDERSONBred by CARL D. ANDERSONQuinella : (9,10) $316.00 Exacta : (9-10) $311.00D/E : (7-9) $165.00Superfecta : (9-10-2-7) $851.00Rolling Triple : (8-7-9) $828.00Race 6 1200 M (Purse $500,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN CONDITION RACE -FILLIES & MARES*1. #11 CRAFTY STAR OWalker 55.02. #3 PROFILE JPatterson2 53.0 Neck3. #2 RUBY ROSE RHalledeen 55.0 7L4. #5 NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OWhite 51.0 1/2L5. #9 PARTY PRINCESS SMuir 53.5 2-1/4L6. #1 PHILIA DDawkins2 49.5 3-1/2LWIN: $100.00PLACE: $61.00, $74.00, $87.00Final Time : 1:14.2 Splits : 23.2, 47.2, ,Winner : 4yo b filly – STORM CRAFT out of STAR OF THE SEA by LAW OF THE SEATrainer : TOMLINSON,PERCY E Owner : JOSEPH & PETER-JOHN RHODENBred by JOSEPH & PETER-JOHN RHODENQuinella : (3,11) $202.00 Exacta : (11-3) $260.00D/E : (9-11) $107.00Trifecta : (11-3-2) $194.00Hi-5 : (11-3-2-5-9) $3,780.00Rolling Triple : (7-9-11) $128.00Super-6 : (2-6-8-7-9-11) $2,292.80Race 7 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3YO(NW2)/IMP3YO&UP(MDN)-REST.ALL.II1. #8 SARAH LEE PWilliams 52.02. #9 WONG DON OEdwards2 50.0 Neck*3. #5 STANISLAUS OMullings 51.5 Head4. #2 DON’T BLUSH BABE WHenry 50.0 3/4LLate scratch : #7 THORNHILL MISSWIN: $1100.00PLACE: $119.00, $83.00, $70.00Final Time : 0:59.0 Splits : 22.3, 45.3, ,Winner : 3yo b filly – TAQARUB out of SARAH BARRACUDA by PRIZEDTrainer : SUBRATIE,GARY A Owner : MICHROSBred by MICHAEL BERNARDQuinella : (8,9) $2,029.00 Exacta : (8-9) $6,429.00D/E : (11-8) $3,016.00 (11-7) $113.00Superfecta : (8-9-5-2) $14,650.00Rolling Triple : (9-11-8) $13,372.00Pick-4 : (7-9-11-8) $10,048.00Race 8 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.II)*1. #6 UNFINISHEDBUSINESS RHalledeen 54.02. #5 CLASICAL PRINCESS RStewart 52.0 5-1/4L3. #7 TWILIGHT STORM HLewis 54.0 Neck4. #12 WILLODEEN AntThomas3 51.0 1-3/4L5. #4 AHUAGAIN WHenry 54.0 3/4LWIN: $120.00PLACE: $82.00, $379.00, $84.00Final Time : 1:00.0 Splits : 23.0, 46.4, ,Winner : 3yo filly – PERFORMING MAGIC out of REGENCY byTrainer : NUNES,ANTHONY C Owner : EVERGLADES FARMS LTD.Bred by EVERGLADES FARMS LTD.Quinella : (5,6) $4,164.00 Exacta : (6-5) $5,945.00D/E : (8-6) $5,765.00Trifecta : (6-5-7) $2,204.00Hi-5 : (6-5-7-12-4) $15,194.00Rolling Triple : (11-8-6) $14,593.00Race 9 1800 M (Purse $530,000)3-Y-O & UP CLM($250,0-$210,0)/NB5YO(NW2)&6YO&UP(NW4)1. #9 NO MONEY FRIEND OWalker 56.0*2. #10 MONEYNEVERSLEEP DDawkins2 50.0 Sh.Head3. #2 MARIA’S GLORY AntThomas3 50.0 8L4. #1 CAUSE FOR CONCERN AndrePowell3 52.5 3/4L5. #5 CHIEF SECRETARIAT JErwin 54.0 Head6. #7 ABOVE THE RADAR RWilson 54.0 3L7. #6 TROPICALDEPRESSION LSteadman2 54.5 4-1/2L8. #3 ONE GREAT TRAIN JInnis2 52.0 1-1/2LWIN: $272.00PLACE: 106.00, $92.00, $120.00Final Time : 1:56.0 Splits : 24.1, 48.0, 1:12.4, 1:41.0Winner : 6yo gr/rn colt – STORM CRAFT out of THRILLER by TEXAS PROSPECTORTrainer : MCINTOSH,BORRIS Owner : BORRIS MCINTOSHBred by MARK & SUSAN WATESQuinella : (9,10) $393.00 Exacta : (9-10) $889.00D/E : (6-9) $681.00Trifecta : (9-10-2) $1,316.00Hi-5 : (9-10-2-1-5) $46,909.00Rolling Triple : (8-6-9) $32,256.00PlacePot 8 : (1,6-4,8-5,7-9,10-3,11-8,9-5,6-9,10) $8,752.00CHAIRMAN’S TROPHYRace 10 1500 M (Purse $1,200,000) 3-Y-O & UP GRADED STAKES*1. #6 SEEKING MY DREAM OWalker 57.02. #1 FRANFIELD BebHarvey2 52.5 7L3. #2 HOVER CRAFT JInnis2 48.5 1L4. #3 BRAWN PWilliams 50.0 4-1/2LWIN: $85.00Final Time : 1:13.0 Splits : 24.1, 46.4, 1:10.3,Winner : 5yo ch colt – SEEKING THE GLORY out of ALSAFRA by LEGAL PROCESSTrainer : DACOSTA,WAYNE A Owner : DERRICK C SMITHBred by SHERMAN CLACHAR & NORMAN GORDONQuinella : (1,6) $107.00 Exacta : (6-1) $127.00D/E : (9-6) $332.00Trifecta : (6-1-2) $130.00Rolling Triple : (6-9-6) $621.00Race 11 1200 M (Purse $530,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2)-FILLIES & MARES*1. #6 EXECUTIVE CHARM OMullings 54.02. #4 FLYING MACHINE DaneNelson 53.5 2-3/4L3. #10 WARTIME DDawkins2 50.0 3L4. #7 MEMORY OF TS AChatrie 52.5 1L5. #9 SHARP SKIRT PFrancis 51.5 1-1/4L6. #5 OCEAN SEEKER RHalledeen 53.5 Head7. #11 SILVER SLIPPERS WHenry 51.0 1-1/4L8. #1 COLLEEN JInnis2 49.0 1-1/4L9. #14 LADY CARMEN DAThomas 51.0 1-1/4LWIN: $156.00PLACE: $68.00, $82.00, $90.00Final Time : 1:13.2 Splits : 23.3, 47.0, ,Winner : 4yo ch filly – HE’STHEREALTHING out of CHARMIN’ DIAZ by PAT N JACTrainer : LYNCH,PATRICK T Owner : OPM RACING STABLESBred by OWEN & SOLOMON SHARPEQuinella : (4,6) $366.00 Exacta : (6-4) $761.00D/E : (6-6) $242.00Trifecta : (6-4-10) $533.00Hi-5 : (6-4-10-7-9) $181,711.00Rolling Triple : (9-6-6) $1,955.00Pick-4 : (6-9-6-6) $2,784.00 (4 OF 4)Super-6 : (11-8-6-9-6-6) $121,377.20 (6 OF 6)Pick-9 : (8-7-9-11-8-6-9-6-6) $500,000.00 (9 OF 9)last_img read more

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