Pepsi, Colts finals at C’Spring Kingston College will be seeking a unique schoolboy football double today at Constant Spring Oval as the Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) competitions will conclude with the Pepsi Under-14 and ‘Colts’ Under-16 competitions. Kingston College will first play Camperdown High in the Under-14 final at 1:30 p.m., before their Under-16 players take on Bridgeport High at 3:15 p.m. Defending champions in the Pepsi Under-14 competition, Kingston College, will be seeking to make it three titles in a row and will start favourites to do so after another perfect season so far where they scored over 50 goals while conceding none. Former head of Peruvian football arrested LIMA, Peru (AP): The former head of the Peruvian football federation, Manuel Burga, has been arrested in the growing FIFA bribery probe. Local television aired images of Burga’s home surrounded by at least four police cars during his Friday-night arrest. Police spokeswoman Veronica Marquez said Saturday that Burga, who headed the Peruvian federation from 2002-2014, was taken to judicial police headquarters in Lima.
If that holds true it will put an already distinct difference, in even more contrast, with what occurred last year. In addition to no measurable amount of snow this month, there has no precipitation of any kind in the last 11 days, leaving the month-to date total at 28.5 millimetres. By comparison, in the first 20 days of last October the local airport weather station had recorded 40.4 centimetres of snow, and the monthly precipitation total was up to 109.3 millimetres. By the 27th of the month – which would take us through the end of this week – the snowfall total was up to 75.5 centimetres and the precipitation total had jumped to 135.1 millimetres. By the end of the month those totals were up again to 87.3 centimetres and 146.5 millimetres, and both those totals were more than five times the October averages.- Advertisement –