Photo: Action from the DaCosta Cup final 2016 between Cornwall College and St. Elizabeth Technical High School. Cornwall College won the game as they celebrated their 120th anniversary.
Though unofficial, the Jamaican schoolboy football transfer window is now open. With exams results coming out on Friday, coaches can now go after their targets in earnest in the hopes of bolstering their respective squads ahead of the September start of the Inter- Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) Schoolboy Football season.
Photo: Cornwall College coach Dr. Dean Weatherly will come face to face with Jamaica College coach Miguel Coley when their teams meet in the battle for all island schoolboy football supremacy in the ISSA/FLOW Olivier Shield on Saturday at the Cahterine Hall Stadium.
With all the senior schoolboy football titles but one decided so far for 2016 ISSA/FLOW Schoolboy Football season, two of the more storied schools in the island, Jamaica College and Cornwall College vie for the right to call themselves the best team in Jamaica.
Photo: ISSA/FLOW Super Cup Champions 2016 - Wolmers' Boys receives the trophy from Vive President of Marketing and Television at FLOW - Carlo Redwood (centre of picture) after they defeated Cornwall College 1-0 courtesy of a 90th minute striker from their hitman Alphanso Gooden at Sabina Park on Saturday night.
Photo: Alphanso Gooden of Wolmers (left) and Jourdine Fletcher of Cornwall College will lead the line for their respective teams in the final of the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup football competition at Sabina Park on Saturday starting at 6:00pm.
The ISSA/FLOW Super Cup football competition will crown its third champion in its three year history on Saturday as two first time finalists, Wolmers Boys and Cornwall College will do battle for the title, beginning at 6:00pm at Sabina Park. It is the first time that the final will not be an All-Manning affair.
Photo: "Four fingers up" - Jourdaine Fletcher shows four fingers to the fans after he netted his team's 4th goal and his third in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup semi final match against Clarendon College on Saturday at Sabina Park. Cornwall College beat Clarendon College 4-2 to advance to the final against Wolmers Boys next Satuday
A sublime hat-trick from Jourdaine Fletcher inspired Cornwall College to a 4-2 win over Clarendon College, and a first ever appearance in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup final by a DaCosta Cup team, on Saturday evening at Sabina Park.
Photo: Davian Shakes of Kingston College gets fistful of the jersey of Alphanso Gooden of Wolmers' Boys in their Walker Cup quarter-final game recently. KC won on penalties to knock the champions out of the competition. The two teams will come face to face in the quarter-finals of the Super Cup on Saturday and Wolmers' has nothing but revenge on their minds.
Most of the top ranked Dacosta Cup 'DCup' teams have been having an almost perfect start to the season in their respective groups and continues to flex their championship muscles with some convincing victories. Among the impressive campaigners are surprise group E leader Lacovia High school who is 10 points from four starts. Former DCup champion St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), currently sits in fourth base on goal difference, on 5 points from four games. B.B.