ISSA urban TT semis, finals tomorrow

March 07, 2018
Riettie

 

The semi-finals and final of the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) urban table tennis competition will be played tomorrow at Excelsior High School starting at 8:30 a.m.

Twenty-four teams have advanced to semi-finals - six from each of the four categories, which are boys and girls Under-19 and boys and girls Under-16. Each category had three preliminary round groups and the top-two finishers from each group have advanced to semi-finals. The six teams in each category will now be divided into two groups based on seeding and how they finished in their preliminary rounds. Round robin will be played in each of the two groups in each category and group winners will contest the final. The second- place teams in the groups will play off for third- place trophies.

Defending champions are Kingston College for boys U-19, Ardenne for U-19 girls, Campion for boys U-16 and Wolmer's Girls for girls U-16.

Under-19 boys

Group One: KC, Campion and St Mary's College

Group Two: St Jago, Wolmer's Boys and Ardenne.

Under-19 girls

Group One: Ardenne, Campion and St Andrew

Group Two: Excelsior, St Jago and Meadowbrook.

Under-16 boys

Group One: Calabar, Ardenne and Wolmer's Boys

Group Two: KC, Jonathan Grant and Campion

Under-16 girls

Group One: Wolmer's Girls, Campion and Jonathan Grant

Group Two: Immaculate, St Jago and Ardenne.

 

KC are coached by Colin McNeish, Campion and Ardenne by Sandra Riettie, St Mary's College by Marsha Simpson, St Jago by Richard Davidson and Everald Tucker, Wolmer's Boys by Dale Parham and Sophia McCarty, Excelsior by Stephen Grant, Meadowbrook by Matthew Dawson, Calabar by Paul Curtis, Jonathan Grant by Raphael Howell, Wolmer's Girls by Clive Grossett and Immaculate by Carl Lee.

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