Western Sports Diary January 17-20

Thursday, January 17, 2013

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Civic ceremony to honour Nicholas 'Axeman' Walters at Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay 3:00 pm

ISSA/KFC Western High school boys' basketball

Under 16 - Herbert Morrison vs Spot Valley at Montego Bay Cricket Club at 3:00 pm

Under 19 - William Knibb vs Holland at Montego Bay Cricket Club starting at 5:00 pm

Trelawny FA National Rums Major League-

Invaders vs Spicy Hill at Bunker's Hill starting at 3:00 pm

Duanvale vs Exidos So Fresh at Duanvale starting at 3:00 pm


St James FA Captain's Bakery and Grill KO

Granville vs Catherine Hall- Sam Sharpe TC at 3:00 pm


St James FA Captain's Bakery and Grill KO

Montego Bay United Under 21 vs Melbourne at Westpow - 3:00 pm

Trelawny FA National Rums Major League -

Jackson Town vs Coopers Pen at Jackson Town 3:00 pm

Kinloss vs Flames at Kinloss starting at 3:00 pm

Clarks Town vs Granville at Cedric Titus 3:00 pm

Hy-Lite/Insports WBA Men's Championships semi-finals

Boys Club Warriors vs Trelawny Tornadoes at Montego Bay Cricket Club 7:00 pm


Red Stripe Premier League

Savannah SC vs Montego Bay United at Frome 3:00 pm

Captain's Bakery and Grill Western Confed Super League

Village vs Wadadah at Elliston Wakeland, Falmouth 3:00 pm

Logwood vs Petersfield at Green Island High 3:00 pm

Harmony vs Catherine Hall at Bounty Hall 3:00 pm

Tomorrow's People vs Bamboo at Jarrett Park 3:00 pm

Norwood Strikers vs Holland at UDC field, Montego Bay 3:00 pm




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