KC wins basketball trophy
Kingston College won the National Under-19 Schools' basketball title by defeating Knox College 57-47 in the final at the National Stadium courts on Monday, Marc 6th, 2012.
The Under-16 team clinched second place as they lost 54-61 to Munro College in the junior Under-16 final.
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KC Table Tennis Team
The Fortis Brigade recently captured the All-Island TT title by overwhelming a talented Manchester High squad 5-0. The Purples had marched into the finals and secured urban bragging rights following their third 5-0 whipping of North Street neighbours STGC.
The Manchester boys appeared overawed at the sight of
Champs 2012- photographer Ronnie Chin
Photographs by Ronnie Chin
The 2012 ISSA "Champs" Track and Field Event is now History. The victors have taken home the spoils. The Mortimer Geddes Trophy, the symbol of schoolboy track and field supremacy in the island, was awarded to Calabar.
Many who traveled from afar have already
Frankie Tenn's Funeral- - Feb 19, 2012
Frankie was a man with a multitude of interests. He was passionate about his family, sports, music, photography, KC and he really loved a good conversation.
Frankie’s scholastic excellence was evident throughout his years at Central Branch Primary School, Kingston College, the University of the West Indies and the
L-R: Basil Watson, Prince Harry, Governor General Sir Patrick Allen, Minister of Health Fenton Ferguson, and Lady Allen wife of the Governor General.
KCOB and world renowned sculptor/artist, Basil Watson, had yet another of his masterpieces unveiled in Jamaica on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. The bronze resin sculptor entitled "Ring of Life" was unveiled by Prince Harry at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital as part of Jamaica's 50th Independence celebration as well as the
Hon. Noël Spencer and Dr. Robert Wan
Kingston College Choir
The Kingston College Chapel Choir has been invited by The Jamaican Embassy inWashington, DC to perform at the Historic Washington National Cathedral's Annual Flower Mart from May 3rd-6th, 2012.
AU REVOIR, MRS. REID
The Kingston College family regrets the passing of Mrs. Beulah Reid, English Language and Literature teacher, guide, friend and leader. Mrs. Reid taught at Kingston College for more than 20 years, up to the decade of the 1980s, and in that capacity, served
On an unusually mild Sunday afternoon February 19, 2012, led by President, Lawrence Prendergast, members of the KCOBA (Toronto) family turned out in significant numbers to support the Tenn family and more importantly share in the celebration of the life of distinguished Kingston College Old Boy, Franklin "Frankie" Tenn. After
Reprinted from www.myathleticlife.com
When competitive careers are over, many athletes are quickly forgotten. Past accomplishments are overshadowed by the exploits of current athletes, and opportunities to leverage athletic talents into careers related to their sport never materialize.
For Davian Clarke, a former Jamaican track and field athlete,