‘We Could Have Won Oliver Shield In 90 minutes’ – Clarendon College Coach, Lenny Hyde

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Clarendon College were crowned All-Island schoolboy football champions after beating Jamaica college 4-1 on penalties in the Olivier Shield final at the National Stadium, on the weekend.

The game went to penalty kicks after both teams played to a 1-1 draw at the end of regulation time.

Coach of Clarendon College, Lenny Hyde, says his team could have won the game in regulation time.

The Win helped Clarendon College secure their 5th hold on the title including the one they shared with Dunoon Technical in 1998.

This is the second time Clarendon College would be winning the trophy back to back.

Hyde says the fans were the real winners.

Lenny Hyde, coach of Clarendon College.

The Chapleton based school won two of the three finals they contested this season.

They also won the ISSA/Wata Dacosta Cup final, beating Dinthill 3- nil.

However, they were not so lucky against Kingston College, going down 1-nil in the Champions Cup final.


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Alrick Swaby is a reporter/producer at Nationwide News Network. He started his career with the now defunct Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation, JBC, in 1995. He has experiences in radio and television broadcasting, reporting and production. He is now on his second stint with Nationwide after rejoining in 2012, Pursuing his passion.


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