REIGNING champions Scotiabank ‘A’ take on Scotiabank ‘B’ as the 2010 Business House Netball Association (BHNA) Divisional Leagues competition gets underway today at the Leila Robinson Courts starting at 3:00 pm.
The Super League encounter between Scotiabank ‘A’ and Scotiabank ‘B’ is scheduled to begin at 5:10 pm.
Champions Scotiabank ‘A’ will be bouncing from their Open League triumph over arch-rivals General Accident last Saturday and hope to begin their defence of the Super League on a high note.
Winston Nevers, coach of both Scotiabank ‘A’ and ‘B’, is well aware the ‘A’ team should come out victorious. The last time both teams faced each other was in the Open League semi-final which the ‘A’ team won 40-19.
However, with the longer version of the game that will be played for one hour, the big question is by what margin the ‘A’ team will win.
Meanwhile, former many-time champions of the Super League, General Accident will also be in action as they go up against Sagicor Life Jamaica who will be making their debut in the top league. Despite being beaten by Scotiabank ‘A’ in the Open League final last Saturday, the insurance team should come out easy winners against their opponents. This game begins at 6:30 pm.
In other games, Jamaica Broilers play Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) ‘A’ at 6:30 pm and WISYNCO match skills with National Housing Trust (NHT) at 5:10 pm.
In Junior League action today, LIME will play Industrial Commercial Development (ICD) and Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) oppose Housing Agency of Jamaica (HAJ) at 3:00 pm, while NMIA Airports Limited face LASCO Group at 4:00 pm.
In the Intermediate League, Victoria Mutual Group meet The Gleaner Company and Guardian Life Insurance take on J Wray and Nephew at 4:00 pm, while National Water Commission (NWC) do battle with Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) at 5:10 pm.
In Intermediate ‘A’ League action, Grace Kennedy go up against Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (RBTT) at 4:00 pm, Jamaica Infrastructure Operators (JIO) cross swords with Jamaica Constabulary Force ‘B’ at 5:10 pm, while HEART Trust/NTA take on Jamaica Public Service (JPS) at 6:30 pm.