Sport Diary — December 5

Sport Diary — December 5

Thursday, December 05, 2019

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ISSA Western Conference boys' basketball
Herbert Morrison vs Holland High @ Herbert Morrison - 1:30 pm
Muschett High vs Irwin High @ Muschett - 1:30 pm

Trelawny FA/Victor Wright KO
RG Strikers vs Coopers Pen FC @ Wakefield - 3:00 pm

ISSA Rural Area U-14 football quarter-finals
Cornwall College vs Happy Grove @ Cornwall College - 2:00 pm
Irwin High vs Seaforth @ Irwin - 2:00 pm

ISSA Rural Area U-16 football quarter-finals
Petersfield High vs Ocho Rios @ Petersfield - 2:00 pm
Rusea's High vs Titchfield @ Rusea's - 2:00 pm

Trelawny FA/Victor Wright KO
Prospect Links vs Holland United @ Samuel Prospect - 3:00 pm

JABA NBL Qualifying series
Cricket Club vs Spanish Town Spartans @ MoBay Cricket Club - 5:00 pm
Falmouth Saints vs Majesty Gardens @ MoBay Cricket Club - 7:00 pm

JFF Western Confed/Charleys JB Rum Super League
Wadadah FC vs Lilliput Rovers @ Jarrett Park - 1:30 pm
Montego Bay United vs Falmouth United @ Jarrett Park - 3:30 pm

ISSA Western Conference boys' basketball
William Knibb vs York Castle @ William Knibb - 1:30 pm
Holland High vs Cornwall College @ Holland - 1:30 pm

JFF Western Confed/Charleys JB Rum Super League
Faulkland FC vs George's Plain United @ Jarrett Park - 3:00 pm
Harmony FC vs Super Star FC @ Bounty Hall - 3:00 pm
Sandals South Coast vs Coopers Pen @ Crocs Lawn - 3:00 pm
FC Reno vs Hopewell United @ Frome Sports Grounds - 3:00 pm

ISSA Western Conference boys' basketball
Irwin High vs Herbert Morrison@ Boys Club - 1:30 pm
Muschett High vs Frome Tech @ Muschett - 1:30 pm

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