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The Coaches Say ...

Published:Saturday | October 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Wolmer's Boys' coach Ludlow Bernard.
  • Ludlow Bernard, Wolmer's coach

"Well, it is a good clash between Wolmer's and St George's (tomorrow) at the National Stadium. It will be an exciting affair between two prominent schools in schoolboy football competitions. The Super Cup is just as important as the other competitions, so we intend to win and move onto the semi-finals."

Bernard says he will make a decision as to the make-up of the team closer to game time.

"I will have to make a decision from the 24 players available. The only player still out of contention is Demar Rose, who has been out since September with a knee injury. It is hard to get perfection because of the tough schedule."

  • Neville 'Bertis' Bell, St George's coach

"We (St George's College) want to do well against a pretty good team (Wolmer's Boys'). We are looking for a different game as at stake is a semi-final place in the inaugural ISSA/LIME Super Cup come tomorrow (today).

"The aim is to do well. We back ourselves to do well in the game. We have a good squad, so no excuses when we play."

Today's matches

Sabina Park

  • Jamaica College vs Hydel High at 3 p.m.
  • St Elizabeth Technical vs Camperdown High at 5 p.m.

National Stadium

  • Garvey Maceo High vs Holy Trinity High at 3 p.m.
  • Wolmer's Boys vs St George's College at 5 p.m.