St Hugh's, Holy Chilhood hunt second win


November 10, 2015
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer St Catherine's Alexce Francis (left) challenges St Hugh's Kadien Dehaney during the ISSA high school's netball competition at the Leila Robinson Court.

LAST year's beaten finalists, St Hugh's High, and Holy Childhood will be hoping to remain unbeaten when they clash in the features senior game in the second set of matches in the Inter-Secondary Schools Sport Association (ISSA) schoolgirl Urban Area netball competition tomorrow at Leila Robinson Courts, starting at 3:30 p.m.

Both teams had wide winning margins in last Thursday's opening set of matches. Led by national senior representative Kadi-Ann Dehaney St Hugh's blew away Campion 54-26, Holy Childhood had an easy 44-26 win over Meadowbrook.

A win is critical for both teams. The other unbeaten team in the group, Camperdown looks set for another win against Campion.

Defending champions the Queen's School look set to make it two wins in a row when they battle Excelsior in a Group two encounter at 2:45 p.m.

After a sluggish start in their first game against St Andrew Technical Marvette Anderson-coached Queen's found top form in the third and fourth quarters to win easily.

Excelsior were defeated by St Catherine High in their opening game. They will have to improve significantly to be competitive against the champions.

Unbeaten teams St Catherine High and Norman Manley High will meet in the feature game of the group.

Below are the matches slated for tomorrow.


St. Andrew Technical vs Tarrant- 3:30 p.m.


Excelsior vs Gaynstead- 2 p.m.

Norman Manley vs Campion- 2 p.m.

Holy Childhood vs St. Hugh's 2 p.m.

Alpha vs Meadowbrook- 2 p.m.

Ardenne vs Camperdown- 2:45 p.m.

Queens vs Tarrant 2:45 p.m.

Gaynstead vs Meadowbrook 3:45 p.m.

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