Sports Diary — Februaury 13


Sports Diary — Februaury 13

Thursday, February 13, 2020

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COCAA Girls' Western Champs elimination - @ Rusea's High- 9:00 am

ISSA Western Conference Girls' Open Basketball

William Knibb Memorial vs Mt Alvernia High @ Herbert Morrison - 1:30 pm

Herbert Morrison vs Holland High

@ Herbert Morrison - 3:00pm

ISSA Rural Area table tennis competition

William Knibb vs Westwood High

@ William Knibb - 2:00 pm

Muschett High vs St James

@ Muschett 2:00 pm

Mt Alvernia vs Merlene Ottey High

@ Mt Alvernia - 2:00 pm

St James FA Sandals Resorts International Major League

Cambridge FC vs MoBay Boys Club

@ UDC field - 3:00 pm

Somerton FC vs Melbourne FC

@ Somerton - 3:00pm


JFF Western Confederation/Charley's JB Rum Super League

Wadadah FC vs Sandals South Coast

@ UDC field - 3:00 pm

Hopewell United vs Coopers Pen FC

@ Orchard Community Centre - 3:00 pm

Montego Bay United vs George's Plain FC @ Wespow Park - 3:00 pm

Falmouth United vs Super Star FC

@ Elleston Wakeland Centre -3:00 pm

Faulkland FC vs Harmony FC

@ Jarrett Park - 3:00 pm

FC Reno vs Lilliput Rovers

@ Frome Sports Grounds - 3:00 pm


ISSA Western Conference Girls' Open Basketball

Holland High vs William Knibb

@ Montego Bay High-1:30 pm

Montego Bay High vs Mt Alvernia High

@ Montego Bay High - 3:00 pm

ISSA Rural Area table tennis competition

St Hilda's vs William Knibb

@ St Hilda's - 2:00 pm

St James High vs Mt Alvernia

@ St James High - 2:00 pm

St James FA Sandals Resorts International Major League

Reggae Youths vs Club Ville

@ UDC field - 3:00 pm

Regge FC vs Irwin FC

@ Granville Community Centre - 3:00pm


ISSA Western Conference Girls' Open Basketball

Montego Bay High vs Holland High

@ William Knibb - 1:30 pm

William Knibb vs Herbert Morrison

@ William Knibb - 3:00 pm

ISSA Rural Area table tennis competition

Westwood vs St Hilda's

@ Westwood High - 2:00 pm

Merlene Ottey High vs Mt Alvernia

@ Merlene Ottey - 2:00pm

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