High school netball leagues continue today

Friday, October 07, 2016

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ST CATHERINE juniors will go in search of their third consecutive win when they face Tarrant as the 2016 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Urban High Schoolgirls Junior and Senior League competitions continue this afternoon at several venues.


The Junior and Senior League encounters are scheduled to be played at Tarrant High School court, starting at 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm, respectively.


Both St Catherine Junior and Senior League teams captured the Urban Opening Rally titles prior to the start of the competitions.


St Catherine have so far won their two matches in convincing style, beating Charlie Smith High 36-3 and Cedar Grove High 40-9.



Today’s Corporate Area schedule




ZONE A


Spanish Town High vs Ardenne High


Mona High vs Edith Dalton-James High


Oberlin High vs Wolmer’s High



ZONE E


Hydel High vs Cedar Grove High


Papine High vs Charlie Smith High


St Jago High vs Excelsior High



Today’s rural schedule




ZONE A


Knockolva High vs Rhodes Hall High


Irwin High vs Hopewell High



ZONE C


Merlene Ottey High vs Green Island High


Petersfield High vs Maud McLeod High



ZONE F


May Day High vs Cross Keys High


Belair High vs Manchester High


Bishop Gibson High vs DeCorteret College High



ZONE H


Central High vs Kellits High


Edwin Allen High vs Clarendon College



ZONE K


Brown’s Town High vs Marcus Garvey High


Albert Town High vs Ferncourt High.




*Home teams named first


— Gerald Reid

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