Kingston College (KC) and Rusea’s High have taken the early lead at the 2019 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships at the National Stadium. 

The first stage of the Digicel Grand Prix is now over with the Western Championships culminating in victory for St Elizabeth Technical High School’s (STETHS) boys and the girls of Rusea’s High School. 

Rusea's head coach Roderick Myles believes his team will find it difficult to win Western Champs because of the size of his squad. However, the competition, heightened by the inclusion of the Digicel Grand Prix is welcome.

Defending daCosta Cup Champions Rusea’s High School, are out of the DaCosta Cup even after winning their second-leg second-round game against Mile Gully at home on Saturday. 

Defending champions of the ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup, Rusea’s High School have it all to do if they are to continue in the 2018 edition of the competition after losing their second-round away-leg fixture to Mile Gully on Wednesday. 

Defending ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup champions, Rusea’s High School, after finishing first overall from the first round of the competition, will face Mile Gully high School in the second. 

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