Blast from the past! A look back at past Manning Cup finals

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September 08, 2018
File Garvey Maceo goalkeeper Andre Lindsay (right) blocks a shot from Glenmuir's Drion McNain during the daCosta Cup final at Brancourt on December 15, 2007. Lindsay made several outstanding saves during the match and in the penalty shoot-out as his school bagged their first daCosta Cup title.
This file photo from November 26, 1986 features Main Scarlett (left) of Herbert Morrison Comprehensive being swept away by a dangerous tackle by Mark Moore of Rusea's High School, during their daCosta Cup final at Jarrett Park on Saturday, November 26, 1986. Moore received the yellow card from referee Errol Moodie. Herbert Morrison captured the Cup with a 78th minute goal from Hector Wright.
In this file photo from Tuesday November 24, 1992, St George's College's Ali Rose (second right) sprints away from two Tivoli defenders en-route to goal in the Manning Cup final. Rose netted the first goal in a 2-1 come from behind victory for the North Street team.
In this file photo from November 20, 1984, Jamaica College players Delroy Brown (left, captain), Ferdinand McKenzie (second left), Richard McDonald (center) and Winston Thorne celebrate their only goal in the replayed Manning Cup final. The goal by McDonald put JC ahead in the 30th minute. Defending champions St. George's College hit back however, with second half goals by Mark Murray and Chris Morgan to grab a memorable victory.
In this file photo from November 21, 1992, Glenmuir High School's Kevin Thomas (second from left) and Rusea's Andy Foster, are locked in a midfield battle for possession during the daCosta Cup final at Natural Village Farm in St James. Rusea's won the game 1-0 to repeat their 1985 win over the same opponents.
Gregory Samuels (left) of Rusea's breaks up an attack from Paul Tugman of Clarendon College during the daCosta Cup final at St Elizabeth Technical on Saturday, November 26, 1990. Michael England scored twice, as Rusea's won 2-1 to gain their fifth lien on the Cup. Linval Dixon, with a torrid free-kick, netted for Clarendon.
St Elizabeth Technical High School forward Khesanio Hall (left) battles Donovan Morgan of Glenmuir for possession during the daCosta Cup final on Saturday, November 1, 2012 at the Montego Bay Sporls Complex in Catherine Hall, St James. Glenmuir won 1-0. Glenmuir won the match and the title by one goal to nil. (My Ball) Hall and Morgan tussle for possession of the ball.
St George's College's McKaully Tulloch (left) shoots as Bridgeport High School's Darren Mattocks (right) tries to block his shot during their Manning Cup final at the National Stadium on Saturday, November 28, 2009. St George's College defeated Bridgeport High 3-2 in extra-time to retain their title.
In this file photo from November 28, 2015, Jamaica College's Donovan Dawkins (right) watches as his brilliant 88th minute header goes past St George's College's goalkeeper Cyle Elliott (centre) to seal a 1-0 win for the defending champions in their Manning Cup final at Sabina Park that year.
Tivoli Gardens Linkmen (in dark shirt) giving their Calabar counterparts the runaround in the Manning Cup final at the National Stadium in the 1976 season. Tivoli downed Calabar 2-1 in extra time, and became the first non-traditional school to capture the Corporate Area and Spanish Town secondary schoolboys' richest football prize.
Wolmers Jahwahni Hinds (left) tries to prevent Jamaica College's Ronaldo Brown from gaining possession of the ball in the 18 yards box during their Manning Cup final at the National Stadium on Saturday November 26, 2016.
In this file photo from November 26, 1980, Delroy Lewis of Camperdown High School (fourth left) makes his way through Excelsior High School's midfield with the ball, however his efforts did not prevent them winning the final 1-0 that year.
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