Neither Calabar’s Michael Stephens nor Jamaica College’s (JC) Michali Everett could claim the spoils of a fierce rivalry that developed during the Digicel Grand Prix series over 100 metres after the final at the GC Foster Classic ended on Saturday. 

St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) have already claimed revenge against Kingston College, who booted them from a previous ISSA Champions Cup. Now, they face Jamaica College, who snatched all-island glory from them in a previous Olivier Shield. Is more vengeance on the cards? 

St George’s College (STGC) were the most dominant team in the quarterfinal of the ISSA Champions Cup on Saturday, the light blues of North Street running out 5-0 winners over a usually dogged St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) at Stadium East. 

Despite the bid to ensure seeded teams have an easier time of their first-round games in the ISSA Champions Cup, some mouth-watering clashes have been arrived at after the competition’s draw at the Digiel Headquarters in Kingston was complete on Wednesday. 

There are just four spots up for grabs in the ISSA/Wata DaCosta Cup as massive semi-finals loom but there are far more teams still in with a chance of copping one of them. 

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 daCosta Cup Champions, Rusea’s High School dismissed nine-man Frome Technical 3-0 in a contentious affair on derby day, while St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) were more comfortable against Munro College in a 2-0 affair. 

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