Jamaica Gleaner / Jamaica College’s head coach, Miguel Coley, said that his charges are mentally and physically prepared to deal with what he expects to be a highly competitive game against St Andrew Technical High in the ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup final at the National Stadium today.

“It is a great feeling to be in the Manning Cup final. However, the work is not done yet. We will be ready tactically for the game, and everybody is fit and ready to go,” Coley said.

He added that both teams have played each other twice in the preliminary stage this season, and both games ended in draws, so the teams are familiar with each other.

“The team has matured. Earlier in the season, many persons wrote us off, but the team is hard working and a disciplined bunch of players,” Coley said.


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