St. George's SC

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St. George's
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Full name St. George's Sports Club
Founded 1962
Ground Lynch Park, Buff Bay
Portland, Jamaica
Ground Capacity 2,000
Manager JamaicaGeoffrey Maxwell
League Digicel Premier League
2010–2011 12th (relegated)
Website stgeorgessc.com

St. George's Sports Club is a Jamaican football team playing at the top level, the Jamaican National Premier League. It is based in Buff Bay, Portland.

St George's clinched promotion to the top level in June 2007 and are the first team from Portland to grace the Premier League since Taurus in the early 1990s. They returned to the NPL after more than 19 years.

Club Executives[edit]

  • President : Everton King
  • Treasurer  : Jerome Henry
  • Team Manager : Cedrick Ormsbey
  • Administrator : Felix Gordon
  • PR Officer : Derrick Lewis

Achievements[edit]

  • Promoted to Premier League 2007
  • Many time Portland division 1 champion,
  • KO champion and Eastern Confed Super League Champion
  • Has represented Eastern Jamaica in the National premier league in 1988-89 and in 1989-90
  • Represented Eastern Confed. in the 2000 National A’ League

Current squad[edit]

As of January 30, 2011 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Jamaica MF Omar Henderson
Jamaica MF Romeo Parkes
Jamaica FW Dever Orgill
Jamaica FW Richardo Watson
Jamaica Girvan Brown
Jamaica Bobby-Joe Huie
Jamaica Shawn Hunter
No. Position Player
Jamaica Leon Irving
Jamaica Delroy James
Jamaica Horace James
Jamaica Nigel Reid
Jamaica Dwayne Holmes
Jamaica Ricardo Scott
Jamaica Brian Wollaston
Jamaica Oshane Dobson
El Salvador Mohamed Tetinho

Former Players[edit]

  • Randal Huie
  • Silas Oakley
  • Aldine Rattigan
  • Damion Reid
  • Omar Brissett
  • David Taylor
  • Richard Orrette
  • Barrington James
  • Maurice Jackson
  • Ralston Robinson
  • Gairy Banton
  • Lennox Cargill
  • Keion Clunis
  • Donovan Davis
  • Omar Davis
  • Ricardo Taylor
  • Hillelide Dean
  • Denroy Dennis
  • Jermaine Taylor
  • Damion Harwood

Head Coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jones, Ryon (31 December 2010). "Georges taking a disciplined approach". Jamaican Gleaner. Retrieved 3 February 2011. 

External links[edit]