Arnett Gardens FC edged Cavalier SC 1-0 to lift the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Champions League trophy at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex on Sunday.
Fabian Reid scored the all-important goal for Arnett in the 56th minute.
The game saw few chances as both teams concentrated their battle in midfield. Arnett started off shaky in the first half, but recovered in the second period and Reid scored to send the 'Junglists' supporters into wild celebrations.
"Well, this victory means a lot to the club and the community on a whole. At the start, our aim is to win to get into the right frame of mind for winning silverware this season," Calvin Lewis, head coach of Arnett Gardens told The Gleaner.
"We played a good game. We were a bit impatient in the first half, but we came out in the second half and lifted our game, and found the winner courtesy of Fabian Reid," Lewis shared.
"The Champions League was a good pre-season competition for us. Now we are looking forward to the Red Stripe Premier League that kicks off this Sunday," the coach added.
Arnett Gardens finished second in their group during the preliminary stage. Then beat Boys' Town 3-0 in the semi-finals last Thursday.