The match is scheduled to kick off at 6:00 pm.

JC will be looking to win their fourth successive crown and 28th overall, with Wolmer’s trying to reclaim the title they last won in 1994 and their 11th overall.

Wolmer’s will start the game as favourites after earlier capturing the Super Cup knockout title, the only schoolboy football competition that carries a monetary reward. For that victory they had won $1 million.

Having stocked up on players before the start of the season, JC and Wolmer’s are arguably the two best teams in the Corporate Area, as they possess all-round depth in their starting unit, with players just as strong in quality coming off the bench.

Both rely heavily on defence but possess good firepower upfront.

Wolmer’s have a rock solid defence, that has only conceded four goals all season in the various competitions, with two of those coming in one game, that being the Walker Cup knockout first round, when they played to a 2-2 draw with Kingston College. Wolmer’s eventually lost the game in penalty shootout.

The defence is manned by captain Jahwani Hinds, the national youth player, who have been a tower of strength for them all season.

With both having players who can individually break down their opponents, moreso with JC, it is their strength as a unit that has seen their progressed to this stage of the competition.

For JC, their midfield will be their main asset with captain Oquin Robinson leading them both in attack and defence from his central midfield role. They also have one of the competition’s leading playmaker in Tyreek McGhee, who Wolmer’s will have to work hard to contain.

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