August 10, 2022




(Kingston, Jamaica) St. George’s College returned as champions at the 10th staging of The Refresh St. George’s Cup which was held at Winchester Park on Sunday August 7th where St. George’s College emerged as the winners in total point standings at the end of the 2-day tournament held on August 6th and 7th.

The annual tournament saw its first staging in 2011 and returned on August 6th with a new title sponsor, Refresh Water after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic. This year’s competition featured four teams St. Andrew Technical High School, WIlliam Knibb High School, BB Coke High School and St. George’s College who competed over the 2-day tournament for a total in prize money of JMD$300,000.00 courtesy of Refresh Water.
“St. George’s College not only has a rich history of academic excellence but also a strong legacy of football accomplishments. This commitment to excellence resonates with our “Refresh” brand so it was practical for us to associate our brand with St. George’s College and this Tournament. People with an active lifestyle typically exert a lot of energy especially in high intensity events. Therefore, it’s very important for them to keep hydrated. Refresh provides that needed replenishment of fluid that the body requires while offering a light pleasant taste . So it’s a perfect complementary product for sports and wellness in general. We believe this will be the first of many partnerships that will support the wellness of our sporting community,” shared Sheldon Simpson, General Manager of Distributions at Derrimon Trading Company Ltd, the manufacturers and distributors of Refresh Water.

St. George’s College won the overall tournament with a total of 7 points receiving J$100,000.00 from Refresh Water, St. Andrew Technical were the 2nd place holders with 3 points, and both BB Coke High School and William Knibb High School shared nil points.
Technical Director for Football at St. George’s College and Tournament Organizer Neville Bell, shared, “It was a fantastic feeling to be hosting this tournament once again. We’ve never repeated our teams so every single year, we invite three new teams and it’s fantastic to have a new sponsor, Refresh water which has helped us a lot. This tournament was an important one because it’s very close to the schoolboy season, so every year, all the teams who are invited really look forward to this. And thanks to our partner, Refresh water the schools were able to play two games, and even the lowest point scoring team received a prize of J$40,000, so thanks again to our partner Refresh Water.”

Final Point Standing
● Saturday, August 6
○ 2:00 P.M. St. Andrew Technical High School 2 VS BB Coke High School 0
○ 4:00 P.M. St. George’s College 3 VS William Knibb High School 0
● Sunday, August 7
○ 2:00 P.M. St. Andrew Technical High School 1 VS William Knibb High School 0
○ 4:00 P.M. St. George’s College 4 VS BB Coke High School 0

About Derrimon Trading Company Limited

Derrimon Trading Company Limited is a major distributor of consumer goods to the Jamaican market since 1998 with principal operations located at 235 Marcus Garvey Drive, Kingston 11; The company also operates the Sampars Cash & Carry and Select Grocers retail locations, with controlling interests in Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances and Woodcats International. Derrimon’s extensive portfolio also includes New York businesses such as Food Savers NY Inc. and Good Foods For Less LLC NY and recently acquired Spicy Hill Farms, in addition to logistics support, warehouse storage rental, and cold storage facilities. Their extensive distribution network and online shopping ensures effective engagement between supermarkets, wholesalers, grocery stores, pharmacies, convenience stores and food service channels.