Charlie Smith

City:
Kingston
Ninth St, Kingston The 39-year-old institution, with the motto "Effort the key to success." Charlie Smith, despite losing the Manning Cup final in 1986 to Kingston College (KC), became a household name with the likes of players Christopher 'Belly' Diaz, Desmond 'Gorilla' Davey and Eugene 'Big Head' Williams. They didn't have to wait long to taste success, and two years after, under the tutelage of coach Oliver Clue, Charlie Smith won the first of their three Manning Cup titles in 1988 with one lethal Byron Earle leading the way. They subsequently won in 1990 and their winning 1995 outfit is considered one of the best schoolboy teams of all time. That team comprised Kevin 'Pele' Wilson, who made his senior Jamaican debut at age 17 and scored against Norway in his first game. Also, there were Cornel Chin-Sue, Eugene Barnes, Kwame Richardson and Everton Bunsie, who were other outstanding members of that team. All of these players went on to win the Premier League title with Arnett Gardens in 2001 and 2002. Charlie Smith's last success came in 2002 when they won their second Walker Cup knockout title.

League results

Rank Played Won Lost Drawn GD Points
4 2 0 2 0 -9 0

Current form

HomeAway
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Latest matches

Date Team Location Result
31-10-2019 14:00 Kingston CollegeHome
05-11-2019 14:00 Camperdown Away

Upcoming matches

Date Team Location Result
12-11-2019 16:00 Wolmer’s BoysAway
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