Vintage KC football teams of the ’60s to be celebrated tonight

first_imgThe all-conquering Kingston College football teams, which won both back-to-back Manning Cup and Olivier Shield titles in 1964 and 1965 to remain unbeaten in two seasons, will be celebrated tonight at a 50th anniversary Fortis Festival hosted by the Kingston College Old Boys’ Association at Witty’s Lounge, Savannah Plaza, starting at 7 p.m.Widely regarded as the best-ever schoolboy teams by virtue of their dominance and impeccable record, the 1964 squad comprised Tony Keyes (captain), Neville Oxford, Trevor ‘Jumpy’ Harris (father of former national player Wolde Harris), Lloyd McLean, Franklyn ‘Bowla’ Morant, and Dennis Johnson, as well as Mickey ‘Mouse Brown’ Vernon, Malee Miller, Winty Davidson, Baldwin Fisher, and goalkeeper Ossie Bailey.Despite losing Keyes, Fisher, Davidson, and Bailey, the 1965 team was just as devastating with as many as 10 members elected to the All-Manning team that year. Ample replacement for Keyes and company were found in Patrick ‘Patto’ Kirkwood, Carey Coke, Leopold ‘Offside’ Jackson, Derrick Bryan, and the colourful Leslie Lucas replacing Ossie Bailey in goal. The squad also included two very good players in Joseph Alvaranga and Roy Black, now a popular selector on KLAS radio and musicologist, who will provide the music for tonight’s tribute.All were honoured at a dinner hosted by the New York Chapter of the Kingston College Old Boys in April, 1997 in New York.Significantly, in 1964, Kingston College achieved the grand slam of schoolboy sports, winning not only the Manning Cup, but Boys’ Champs and the Sunlight Cup cricket competition (now Grace Shield) as well, a feat unmatched in the annals of schoolboy sports.Franklyn Morant was a member of all three teams, while ‘Jumpy’ Harris and Mickey Vernon were key members of the winning Sunlight Cup team, and the outstanding sprinter, Tony Keyes, a member of the trail-blazing Champs’ team, which had the distinction of being the first schoolboy representatives to run and win at the Penn Relays in the USA.- Orville Clarkelast_img read more


first_imgIt’s an easy and inexpensive way to experiment with colour and texture and also lift your mood so here are a few of the latest nail colours for summer.Neon yellows, greens and blues are still all over the catwalks at the moment but you will also see a lot of nude, mushroom and taupe.The one thing you can do is try them all. There are a lot of very affordable polishes and there is a colour for you whether it’s a beach in Spain or a Donegal summer. You can also add some texture using coloured stones, pearls, studs or glitter and metallic is still proving very popular.Catrice make-up and nail lacquers (below) are widely available in chemists as well as Dunnes, Penneys and Heatons. With some polishes starting at €2.99, it really is easy to try a new look.  Barely-there nail colours remain a big beauty trend from delicate pinks in sugar candy to deep taupe, there is a shade for every outfit and occasion.Essie have Sugar Daddy at €9.95. (below) Barry M Textured Nail Paint (below) has been receiving great reviews for coverage and price. €5.00Again, it’s widely stocked and prices vary from place to place.Maybelline  Colour Show Nail Polish 7mlGorgeous colours in coral, turquoise and apricots – all popular summer shades.Just don’t forget to make sure your hands and feet are in good condition before even thinking of applying your polish. Whether you go for a professional pedicure or a DIY version, your feet need to look good. A foot file is your friend when it’s sandal time.  LIFESTYLE: HOT NAIL TRENDS FOR THE SUMMER was last modified: May 28th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LIFESTYLE: HOT NAIL TRENDS FOR THE SUMMERlast_img read more