A touch of class

Monday, December 17, 2018

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In a recent ISSA Rural Area Under-14 football game between Lennon High and Spalding High, Lennon goalkeeper Tyraze Samms got mud all over his face during heavy rain. His captain, Chevaunie Stewart, stopped playing, left his position and used his shirt to wipe the mud off his teammate's face. Someone was perfectly placed to capture the moment and posted it on the Internet where it went viral. Schoolboy football title sponsors Digicel took notice and during the final of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup final at the Montego Bay Sports Complex, Stewart was presented with a gift. In the photo, Digicel football ambassador and former Jamaica player Ricardo Fuller (left) makes the presentation while at right is Lawrence Rowe, ISSA chairman for junior football. (Photo: Paul Reid)

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