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.
Donovan Dawkins of Jamaica College goes by Philip Graves of Holy Trinity High during their Manning Cup semi-final inside the National Stadium on Saturday. Defending champions Jamaica College won the game 5-0 to advance to the final where they will play Wolmers' Boys.
Jamaica College and Wolmers Boys’ will face off in the finals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition on Saturday November 26th after both teams registered comfortable semi-final wins over Holy Trinity and Kingston College respectively last Saturday.
Photo: Jamaica College striker Duhaney Williams scores his sixth Manning Cup goal of the season when he pokes home a Ronaldo Brown cross from 3 yards out. Williams's strike was enough to earn JC all three points against St. Jago High on Wednesday, as the defending champions advanced to the semifinals.
Defending champions Jamaica College eased into the semi-finals of the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup competition when they completed a routine 1-0 win over a toothless St. Jago High in their last quarter final round game at the Constant Spring Field on Wednesday.
Photo: Tyreek Magee of Jamaica College turns away from Kevin Wright of Hydel High during their Group I quarter final game in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup at the Prison Oval Field on Wednesday. Hydel captain Mallek Campbell is looking on. Jamaica College won the game 3-1.
Defending champions Jamaica College put one foot in the ISSA/FOW Manning Cup semi-finals with a comfortable 3-1 win over Hydel High in Group I quarter final action at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Wednesday.
Photo: Clarendon College captain Creggton Charlton scored the winniner for his team as they downed former ISSA/FLOW Super Cup champions 1-0 at Sabina Park on Saturday. Charlton scored in the 50th minute to seal victory for his team who were making it to the second round for the first time in three attempts.