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‘Champs’ 2010


Permalink 05:10:48 pm, by Melba
Categories: Sports, Commentary

‘Champs’ 2010

Well the games have begun and the bets are being made in every quarter. Naturally everyone wants there school, present or past, to win but some of us know that our school don’t stand a chance. So who are the top contenders?


For the boys title some of the main names being called are, Kingston College (KC) last year 2009 champions; rivals, Calabar High; original  ‘Champs’ winner, Wolmer’s Boys, Jamaica College (JC) another avid contestant for the ‘Boys Champs’ crown and yes the boys in light blue from North street, St. Georges College. They are still on a high from football and I believe that attitude has a lot to do with winning ways.


The girl’s title promises to heat up this year with last year’s 2009 champions, Holmwood Technical coming under heavy pressure from Edwin Allen High. After winning the recent Central Championships, Edwin Allen High has gained a boost of confidence that might just be enough to spur them to victory here. Vere Technical High is again looking to return to winning ways and should not be over looked.


Well these are some of the ‘likely’ winning schools that I’ve been hearing about. Personally I would love for St. Georges College to win for the boys and Manchester High to win for the girls. Long shots, maybe, but those are who I’ll be cheering for. What about you? Would love to hear your choices.


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