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The Coaches Say...

Published:Saturday | November 8, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Devon Anderson - Holy Trinity High
Miguel Coley - Jamaica College
  • Miguel Coley - Jamaica College

"It is a tough match, it is the final. Holy Trinity have nothing to lose. We beat them twice, once in the Walker Cup and also in the Manning Cup. However, we are not taking them for granted. We are going to Sabina Park for a win.

"We will be fielding our strongest team tomorrow (today) as it is the inaugural staging of the LIME Super Cup and we want to be the first winners of such a trophy played among the top 16 schoolboy teams from the urban and rural areas.

"The boys are ready. They are up for it. The aim is to win all titles."

  • Devon Anderson - Holy Trinity High

"Holy Trinity is going there to win the title. We are the underdogs coming into the Super Cup competition and that has not changed. We were not expected to progress to the final, but we are in it to win.

"We will go out in full glory, fight all the way. We rested some top players against Excelsior because of some niggling injuries, as we want the players to be fresh and ready for the final.

"The prize money of $1 million will certainly help the school. We had little to work with over the years, and are making strides. This is our first final in ISSA-run competitions."