Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | December 8, 2012
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All eyes on St George's
St George's College celebrating their third goal against Glenmuir High during the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Gatorade/Digicel Olivier Shield first-leg football match at Constant Spring Complex on Wednesday. St George's won 4-1.- Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Robert Bailey, Gleaner Writer

Defending champions St George's College will be looking to wrap up the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/ Gatorade/Digicel Olivier Shield title when they face daCosta Cup winners Glenmuir High in the second leg at Brancourt in Clarendon this afternoon at 3:00.

The Neville 'Bertis' Bell-coached St George's will enter today's game oozing confidence, after their huge 4-1 win over Glenmuir in the first leg on Wednesday at the Constant Spring Sports Complex. The Georgians are seeking their 14th hold on the Olivier Shield title and fourth in the last five years.

"We are a confident team," said Bell, following his team's victory on Wednesday. "But my friend 'Jackie' (Patrick) Walters is a very good coach and I think they will come at us on Saturday," he said.

Bell added: "This is not over yet and we are cognisant that we have some more work to do and, hopefully, we will do it next Saturday."

Glenmuir outclassed

The 'Light Blues', who outclassed their opponents in every department in the first leg, will rest their hopes in the hands of national Under-20 representatives Mark Brown, Cardel Benbow, André Lewis, along with Jerondy Henry, who all netted in the opening leg on Wednesday, to lead their victory charge. They are expected to receive strong support from Romario Jones, Ryan Miller and goalkeeper Nico Campbell.

On the other hand, Glenmuir High have shared the Olivier Shield on each of the two previous occasions they won the daCosta Cup.

Walters admitted that it is going to be very difficult for his team to overcome the deficit, but he is expecting a good performance from them.

"We are looking to give a much better performance come Saturday," said Walters. "It is going to be difficult, but we are up for the challenge," he said.

Glenmuir will be looking to their inspirational Newton Henry, along with Kevon Lambert and Donovan Morgan to lead their team's charge for a come-from-behind victory.

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