Harrison to lead KC from Champs wilderness
Kingston College will be hoping to break their drought when competition begins at the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association Boys'& Girls' Athletic Championships tomorrow.
The team with the most wins at these Championships with 31 will be hoping to score their first win since 2009 and will be out to upstage the defending champions Calabar, who are gunning for their sixth in a row.
Tuesday's opening day will feature preliminary round and the hunt for points begins on Wednesday.
The Class two long jump will take place at 5:05 p.m. and the Class one equivalent at 5:50 p.m.
POSSIBLE POINT LEAD
KC should have a 15-point lead over Calabar at the end of those finals.
The Neil Harrison-coached KC is going for a quinella with Wayne Pinnock favourite for Class Two.
The unbeaten and unimpressive Carey McLeod will give KC its second win of the day in the
Class One event. With a best of 7.79 metres at the CARIFTA Trials there is no stopping McLeod.
Damion Creary, who spent a year at KC before going back to Wolmer's Boys in September should take silver.
Calabar High Gabriel Allen is favoured to take the bronze over Kingston College's Shakwon Coke.
Predicted Point Standings After Two finals.
1. Kingston College 30
2. Calabar 15
3. Jamaica College 9