Round 3 Results: Intercollegiate Rugby League Championship

From Romeo Monteith, Jamaican RL media

Match 1. Mico University College 72 def. University of Technology 4

(Thurs. Feb 6)

Round 3 of the Intercollegiate Rugby League Championship began on Thursday February 6 with defending champions Mico going on a rampage against UWI make it three wins in as many matches. The Miconians were led by Fabion Turner, Tarj Pecco and Antonio Baker with three tries apiece. Rico Mathews mustered UWI’s lone try.

Match Summary

Mico: Tries: Oshane Eddie, Romaen Campbell, Kennardo Morgan (2), Tarj Pecco (3), Fabion Turner (3), and Antonio Baker (3). Conversions: Kennard Woolery (10)

UWI: Tries: Rico Mathews


Match 2. GC Foster College 32 def. Excelsior Community College 22

(Sat. Feb 8)

Veteran prop forward Othniel Holness bullied his way to three tries to ensure there would be no blushes against an improving Excelsior outfit. Excelsior seemed poised to pull off the upset but faded over the final 10 minutes.

GC Foster: Tries- Tries: Adrian Mckenzie (2), Steve Miller (1), Othniel Holness (3), and Percival Rose. Conversions: Steven Scott (2)

Exed: Tries: Ryan Howell, Adevia Mcdonlad, Richard Willams, Leon Thomas Conversions: Linval Green (2), Kevon Vassell


Match 3. University of Technology 54 def. Portmore Community College 9

(Sat. Feb 10)

The return of national player Jakeba Grant from injury saw UTech secure their first win of what has been a difficult campaign. Grant assisted in all of UTech’s scoring plays that saw Nathan Campbell, Klifton Anderson and Jervel Pendle score 2 tries each.

Match Summary

UTech: Tries: Nathan Campbell (2), Klifton Anderson (2), Damian Green (2), Jervel Pendle and Donald Lounds, Conversions: Tevin Brown (7), Jermaine Smith (4)

PCC: Tries: Stephen Wynter and Keeve Augustus. Drop Kick: Vernon Thompson


The Competition continues on Thursday Feb.13, when UWI (2-1) hosts GC Foster (3-0) at 4pm and then on Saturday February 15, when Exed (0-3) hosts UTech (1-2) at 2pm and Mico (3-0) faces Portmore Community College (0-3) at 4pm.


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