Business house netball leagues get going today

Gerald Reid

Saturday, August 11, 2012

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THIRTY-EIGHT teams will be contesting the 2012 Business House Netball association (BHNA) Divisional leagues which begin this afternoon at the Leila Robinson Courts, starting at 2:30.


The teams are placed in five categories, the very same way they were played in last month's Open League competition won by Scotiabank 'A', who defeated defending champions General Accident in the final.


The Divisional Leagues are Senior 'A' Senior 'B', Intermediate 'A', Intermediate 'B' and Junior League. Senior 'A' and 'B' matches will be played for an hour, Intermediate 'A' and 'B' for 48 minutes and Junior League games for 40 minutes.


Meanwhile, the lone match in the Senior 'A' League will be played between Jamaica Broilers and WISYNCO 'A' scheduled to start this evening at 6:30.


Other games scheduled in the other leagues are Altamont Court Hotel vs AAMM Co-op Credit Union, Norma Manley International Airport (NMIA) vs FLOW Jamaica (Columbus Communications) at 2:30; Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) vs Wray and Nephew, Cari-Med vs National Housing Trust (NHT) 'B', Advantage General Insurance (AGI) vs Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS), Scotiabank 'B' vs Transport Authority of Jamaica (TAJ) at 3:45 pm.


In other matches Jamaica Public Service (JPS) vs Digicel Jamaica, Pan Caribbean Bank vs Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB),Aeronautical Communications (AEROTEL) vs Sagicgor Life Jamaica (SLJ) 'B', Industrial Commercial Development (ICD) vs WISYNCO 'B' at 5:10 pm, National Housing Trust (NHT) 'A' vs Sagicor Life Jamaica 'A' and National Commercial Bank (NCB) vs Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) at 6:30.


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