Teams look to extend unbeaten streak in Business House Open League Netball
04 July 2015

Teams look to extend unbeaten streak in Business House Open League Netball

SEVERAL unbeaten teams will be hunting more wins as the 2015 Business House Netball Association (BHNA) Open League competition continues today at the St Andrew High School For Girls, beginning at 4:00 pm.

Defending champions Scotiabank 'A', former champions General Accident, National Housing Trust (NHT) 'A', Sagicor 'A', Grace Kennedy, Wisynco 'A', National Commercial Bank (NCB) and Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) are all unbeaten.

Matches scheduled today are Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) vs Appliance Traders Limited (ATL); National Commercial Bank vs Continental Baking Company (CBC); South East Regional Health Authority (SEHRA) vs Wisynco 'B' at 4:00 pm.

Wisynco 'A' vs Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ); National Housing Trust (NHT) 'B' vs Carimed; Digicel Jamaica Limited vs Financial Services Commission (FSC) at 4:45 pm.

XEROX Limited vs HEART Trust/NTA; Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) vs Urban Development Corporation (UDC); Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Group vs National Water Commission (NWC) at 5:30 pm.

General Accident Insurance Company vs Bank of Jamaica (BOJ); Sagicor 'B' vs Grace Kennedy; Guardian Life vs AEROTEL Communications at 6:15 pm.

Meanwhile, Scotiabank lead Group One with 12 points from four wins; Sagicor 'A' on top in Group Two with 13 points; Grace Kennedy lead Group Three with nine points; Scotiabank 'B' lead Group Four with nine points; National Housing Trust 'A' are on top in Group Five with six points; while General Accident lead Group Six with nine points.

Results of matches played last Saturday: Defending champions Scotiabank 'A' crushed MegaMart 64-1; General Accident defeated South East Regional Health Authority 30-13; Grace Kennedy rushed past Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) 34-2; National Housing Trust 'A' defeated Radio Jamaica (RJR) 28-7; Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) cruised past Norman Manley International Airport 38-7; Appliance Traders Limited outscored Urban Development Corporation 21-14; Bank of Jamaica defeated Wisynco 'B' 35-2; Jamaica National beat Sagicor 'B' 21-8; Scotiabank 'B' got the better of LIME/Flow 13-5; Guardian Life defeated XEROX 18-13; Sagicor 'A' got past Victoria Mutual Group 16-14; Jamaica Public Service (JPS) outscored National Water Commission 18-10; Seprod beat Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) 17-7; Digicel Jamaica defeated National Housing Trust 'B' 23-8; Carimed outscored Financial Services Commission 13-3, and Housing Agency of Jamaica beat Continental Baking Company 15-5.


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