Mona, Kingston, Jamaica – The Jamaica Hockey Federation (JHF) is thrilled to announce the start of the ISSA School Boys and Girls Field Hockey Competition. The competition’s first staging since the COVID-19 pandemic will begin on March 7th with four games and the Opening Ceremony at 3:00 p.m.
The competition will feature teams from high schools across Jamaica, with over 200 players expected to participate. The JHF is excited to support the development of hockey at the school level and hopes to see a growing interest in the sport across the island.
“The resumption of the ISSA School Boys and Girls Field Hockey Competition is an important milestone for the JHF as we continue to work towards the growth and development of the sport in Jamaica,” said Rudolfo Johnston, Director, Growth & Development of the JHF. “We are thrilled to see so many schools participating in this year’s competition, and we are confident that this will be a great opportunity for young players to showcase their talent and passion for the sport.”
The JHF has been working hard to promote the sport of hockey in Jamaica, and the ISSA School Boys and Girls Field Hockey Competition is just one example of the federation’s commitment to expanding the reach of the sport. The JHF hopes that this competition will inspire more young players to take up hockey and that it will help to build a strong foundation for the future of the sport in Jamaica.
For more information on the ISSA School Boys and Girls Field Hockey Competition, please Rudolfo Johnston at 1 (876) 334-6150 or the Secretariat at 876-702-4497.