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JM | Oct 2, 2022

Wolmer’s v Campion over-40s football match a big hit… see you next year

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The joint Wolmer’s-Campion Over-40 teams ahead of their face-off at the Wolmer’s Boys School on September 24.

The annual Wolmer’s versus Campion over-40s football match was a big hit on September 24.

Put on by the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association (SAA), the match took place at Wolmer’s Boys School in Kingston.

The annual face-off was hosted in Jamaica for the first time.

Here are some of the highlights:

Proud members of the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association commemorate their victory following the exciting match on Saturday. From left to right – Christopher McLennon, Shemiah Hohn, Alberga Harriott, Winston O’Connor, Jason Taylor, Brian Stoddart, Sheldon Lawrence, Lissant Mitchell, Richard Brown, Andre Gray and Gary McNaughton.
Douglas Orane (left), director – Wolmer’s Board of Trustees, and Lennox Robinson (centre), CEO – E-Payment Group Ltd., listen keenly as JC Old Boy Mickey Mowatt recounts his memorable goal from the half line against Calabar in the 1963 Manning Cup competition.
Julian Robinson (left), Campionite and member of parliament for South East St Andrew, is greeted by Lissant Mitchell, former goalkeeper of the Wolmer’s Manning Cup Team and Age Quod Agis SAA executive member at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach on Saturday night (September 24).
Richard Powell, Campion 0ver-40 player and US-based investor and entrepreneur, Adrian Armstrong, Wolmer’s over-40 MVP and Damier Walker, Wolmer’s over-40 captain share a laugh as they reflect on some match highlights at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach.
Wolmerians Andrew Stiebel (left), and Christopher McLennon (right) flank members of Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association Executive (second left to second right) Winston O’Connor, Alberga Harriott, Shemiah Hohn and Sheldon Lawrence.
Lissant Mitchell (centre), former goalkeeper of the Wolmer’s Manning Cup Team and Age Quod Agis SAA executive member greets Julian Mair (left), Chief Investment Strategist of Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) Group and Philip Bernard, Managing Partner, Bernard and Company Attorneys-at-Law at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach on Saturday night.
Kurt Boothe (left), chief executive officer, Medical Disposables and Supplies (MDS) Limited, catches up with Courtney Wynter, chairman of the Wolmer’s Board of Management and general manager at Jamaica Mortgage Bank at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach on Saturday night.
Andre Gray (left(, former Wolmer’s Manning Cup player and president of the Age Quod Agis Sports Alumni Association, welcomes Philip Rose, regional director at the Jamaica Tourist Board on arrival at N’Dulge, the annual reunion after party at C&C South Beach on Saturday night.

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