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Sport Diary — April 19-25, 2018

Thursday, April 19, 2018

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TODAY

ISSA/Western Conference Girls' basketball Open

Muschett vs William Knibb — Holland High 1:30 pm

Holland High vs Montego Bay High —Holland High 3:00 pm

St James FA Sandals/ATL Div One semi-final

Club Ville SC vs Violet Kicker — UDC 3:30 pm

Trelawny FA Major League

Daniel Town vs Spicy Hill — Daniel Town 3:30 pm

Hanover FA Major League

Hopewell Chargers vs Claremont FC — Bethel Primary 3:30 pm

St Simon FC vs Lucea FC — Watson Taylor Park 3:30 pm

FRIDAY APRIL 20

ISSA/Western Conference Boys' Under-14 basketball

Muschett vs Browns Town — MoBay Cricket Club 2:00 pm

St James High vs Cornwall College — MoBay Cricket Club 3:30 pm

St James FA Sandals/ATL Senior League semi-final

Heights FC vs Somerton FC — UDC 3:30 pm

SATURDAY APRIL 21

Hanover FA Major League

Logwood United vs Esher United — Watson Taylor Park 3:30 pm

St James FA Guardian Group Division Two

Iberostar vs Rosemount — Spot Valley 3:00pm

Bickersteth vs Long Gate — UDC 3:00pm

SUNDAY APRIL 22

JFF Western Confed/Charley's JB Rum Super League semis

Wadadah FC vs Reggae Youths — Elleston Wakeland Centre 1:30 pm

Harmony FC vs Faulkland FC — Elleston Wakeland Centre 3:30 pm

TUESDAY APRIL 24

ISSA/Western Conference boys' Under-14 basketball

William Knibb Mem vs Holland — Rhodes Hall 1:30 pm

Rhodes Hall vs Herbert Morrison — Rhodes Hall 3:30 pm

WEDNESDAY APRIL 25

St James FA/VMBS Under-13

Success Primary vs Barracks Road — UDC 11:30am

Trelawny FA Major League

Friendship FC vs Kinloss FC— Friendship playfield 3:30 pm

Rio Bueno FC vs Falmouth United- Sea-Road playfield 3:30 pm

Hanover FA Major League

Mt Pelier DC vs Hopewell Chargers — Bethel Primary 3:30 pm

St James FA Guardian Group Division Two

Barnett Oval vs Anchovy YC — UDC 3:00 pm

Westgreen vs St James

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