Clarendon College on the hunt

first_imgWestern Bureau:Reigning daCosta Cup champions Clarendon College return to action this afternoon with a Group H game against Thompson Town High with three points on their minds.On 7 points, the Paul ‘Tegat’ Davis-coached Clarendon College will be hoping that top-of-the-table companions Lennon High either lose or get held to a draw in their game against Edwin Allen (6 pts).Clarendon has been enjoying some amount of rest having last played on September 19, and will be confident when facing a home team that is second from bottom in the group standings on 3 points.St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) will have their toughest test of the campaign so far when they host Group E leaders Lacovia High at their Santa Cruz field.Lacovia on ten points, lead ahead of B.B. Coke also on ten points with STETHS, last year’s beaten finalists in third on 8 points, but their 6-0 victory over Newell on Thursday will provide a much needed confidence boost for the Omar Wedderburn-coached team.Wedderburn told The Gleaner that his team, although suffering a few setbacks, are still one of the teams to contend with and are still on course to topping the group.”It’s one game at a time for us, and although we have not been getting the kind of results we all desire, we are still in line to top the group,” said Wedderburn.Other Group E matches include Newell versus B.B. Coke, while Munro College take on Maggotty High in a crucial game.Spot Valley versus Muschett High could produce fireworks. The Group C leaders, on four and three points respectively are set to meet at the Muschett home field, while Herbert Morrison should get the better of a William Knibb side that is struggling for consistency.Third-place Herbert Morrison will take form in that match with William Knibb and the Falmouth-based school are on a single point after two matches and need a victory to kick-start their season.Today’s matchesGroup AIrwin vs Green PondGroup BGreen Island vs CambridgeRusea’s vs. Merlene OtteyGroup CHerbert Morrison vs William KnibbMuschett vs Spot ValleyGroup DMannings vs Godfrey StewartMaud McLeod vs Little LondonGroup ESTETHS vs LacoviaNewell vs B.B. CokeMunro vs MaggottyGroup FManchester vs Cross KeysDeCarteret vs BelairWinston Jones vs Mile GullyGroup GHolmwood vs SpaldingKnox vs AlstonBellefield vs ChristianaGroup HThompson Town vs Clarendon CollegeLennon vs Edwin AllenGroup ISteer Town vs Marcus GarveyCedric Titus vs Ocho RiosYork Castle vs Brown’s TownGroup JSt Mary Tech vs IslingtonBrimmervale vs TackyAnnotto Bay vs St Mary HighGroup KBog Walk vs CharlemontMcGrath vs EwartonTacius Golding vs DinthillGroup LPort Antonio vs TitchfieldBuff Bay vs Fair ProspectGroup MGlenmuir vs DenighPorus vs Garvey MaceoGroup NVere Tech vs Foga RoadKemps Hill vs CentralGroup OPaul Bogle vs Morant BayRobert Lightbourne vs St Thomas Techlast_img read more

AfriLabs Adds 40 More Tech Hubs to its PanAfrikan Innovation Hub Network

first_imgNairobi Garage Kenya is among the 40 new tech hubs added to Afrilabs Pan-Afrikan Innovation Hub Network. (Photo Credit: Kenyan Wallstreet) Advertisement Pan-Afrikan Innovation Hub Network; AfriLabs has added 40 technology and incubation hubs to its innovation hub network, totaling to a sum of 100 hubs across 30 African countries. This also extends the company’s reach to six (6) new countries; Morocco, Algeria, Somali, Cote D’Ivoire, Angola and Mali.AfriLabs Executive Director; Anna Ekeledo in a press statement said, the company was pleased to expanding its network stating that they started with just five (5) hubs, and now the company is celebrating 100 hubs.“The journey to 100 hubs has been an interesting one. We’re thrilled with the overwhelming positive response from our network members and the technology and entrepreneurial community at large. Here’s to 100 more,” she said. – Advertisement – It’s worth knowing that AfriLabs has been working through these tech and incbuation hubs to build an innovation infrastructure that encourages the growth of Africa’s knowledge economy by supporting the development of start-ups, technology, and innovation, fostering partnerships between tech hubs across the different regions and promoting opportunities that the hubs and their communities can benefit from.On the other hand, AfriLabs also holds annual gathering that aim to bring together representatives of the African Innovation ecosystem under one platform to interact, share ideas and increase the knowledge economy. Such gathering provide a unique opportunity for members and other stakeholders to convene, learn the latest hub insights, and build partnerships between and with hubs.The newly introduced hubs to the network are:West Africa iCODE Ghana, Founders Hub Nigeria, Innovation Growth Hub Nigeria, Passion Incubator Nigeria, Civic Foundation for Innovation Nigeria, Honode Hub Ghana, Aiivon Innovation Hub Nigeria, Uplift Hub Nigeria, Roothub Accelerator Systems Nigeria, Tentmaker Ghana, CoLab Nigeria, Tribe Nigeria, Digital Development Hub Nigeria, Olotu Square Nigeria, Diaspo Hub Mali, Impact Hub Bamako Mali, DoniLab Mali, ALFTech Hub Nigeria, BabyLab Cote d’Ivoire.East Africa Innovate Ventures Somalia, Mashinani Hub Kenya, Wired Startups Morocco, Eldo Hub Innovation Centre Kenya, Sahara Accelerator Tanzania, Nairobi Garage Kenya, Iris Hub Rwanda, Swahilipot Hub Kenya.North Africa Incubme Algeria, Cairo Hackerspace Egypt, Sylabs Algeria.Southern Africa Softstart Business and Technology Incubator South Africa, Green Innovation Hub, Zimbabwe, Y-BECA Youth Entrepreneurship Foundation South Africa, Injini South Africa, Shinga Entrepreneurship and Learning Hub Zimbabwe, iZone Hub Zimbabwe.last_img read more