KSAFA Business House finals today
The final of the 2017 Western Sports-sponsored Kingston and St Andrew Business House Division One and Two competitions will be contested today with a double-header at Winchester Park in Kingston.
In the curtain-raiser at 2 p.m. in the Division Two final, ATL will meet Peak Bottling Company, and at 4 p.m., defending Division One champions Petrojam will meet former champions Scotiabank.
The Jerome Waite-coached ATL, who defeated Hunduja Global Solution 1-0, will be seeking to go all the way this year.
ATL will rest their hopes in the hands of goalkeeper Leon Taylor, KeyShawn Williams, Quavon Bryan and Al Nesbeth, who plays for Cavalier in the Red Stripe Premier League competition.
On the other hand, Peak Bottling, who were demoted to Division Two last year, will be trying to win the Division Two title this year.
Omar Stanley of Peak Bottling is confident that his team will be victorious and will look to Jermaine Savage, David Smith, Andre Wheeler, Fabian Cooke, Daniel Green, and Troyland Williams to lead them to victory.
Meanwhile, the feature match between defending champions Petrojam and Scotiabank is expected to be very exciting.
Petrojam will start today's match as slight favourites, having defeated Scotiabank 2-1 in their preliminary-round match.
The Lenworth 'Teacher ' Hyde-coached Petrojam will be relying on the likes of Andrew Christie, Leon Strickland, Kenniel Hyde, Cornelius Simms, Lloyd Tyne, and captain Jothan Watson to carry them to victory.
On other hand, the Marcel 'Fuzzy' Gayle-coached Scotiabank will be hoping to win their second Division One trophy.
They will look to Donovan Alvaranga, who scored two goals in their semi-final victory over RJR/Gleaner last Saturday in the semi-final.
He expects to receive support from Damion Crooks, Nicholas Scott, Damion Gordon, Jermaine Gardener, Donovan Hibbert, and Kevin Lamey.