BHNA Divisional Leagues continue today
THE two big giants, defending champions Scotiabank 'A' and Open League champions General Accident, will be looking to conquer their opponents as the 2015 Business House Netball Association (BHNA) Divisional Leagues continue today at the Leila Robinson Courts, starting at 3:00 pm.
Scotiabank 'A' will face Sagicor 'A', while Open League champions General Accident Insurance Company go up against GraceKennedy at 7:00 pm.
So far in the Senior 'A'/'B' League points standings, Scotiabank 'A' lead with 15 points from five games; General Accident have 12 points from four starts; Appliance Traders Limited (ATL), GraceKennedy, Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC), National Housing Trust (NHT) 'A', and Scotiabank 'B' all have six points each, while Sagicor 'A' have three points, and Bank of Jamaica are without a point from five starts.
Both Scotiabank 'A' and General Accident are expected to come out easy winners.
The other matches scheduled today are: Radio Jamaica (RJR) vs Seprod; South East Regional Authority (SERHA) vs Urban Development Corporation (UDC) at 3:00 pm; XEROX vs HEART Trust/NTA; Cari-Med vs Wisynco 'A'; Victoria Mutual vs Digicel Jamaica at 4:15 pm.
At 5:30 pm, National Commercial Bank (NCB) vs FLOW Jamaica; Sagicor 'B' vs National Housing Trust (NHT) 'B'; Jamaica Public Service (JPS) vs Guardian Life; At 7:00 pm - Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) vs Bank of Jamaica (BOJ).
The points standings in the Intermediate 'A' League are NCB Group with 13 points, Guardian Life 13 points from five starts; XEROX and Jamaica National with 12 points from five outings; FLOW Jamaica and Victoria Mutual with 10 points each from six outings.
Intermediate 'B' League points standings: Urban Development Corporation lead with 15 points from five matches; South East Regional Health Authority have 12 points from five games, followed by RJR Group with nine points from four starts.
The top three so far in the Junior League points standings are as follows: Wisynco 'B' with 12 points from four starts; Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) Limited with nine point from three games; Jamaica Money Market Brokers with nine points from four starts.