STETHS unfazed by past clashes with JC
St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) will be looking to register their first win over Jamaica College (JC) when they face each other in the second semi-finals of the ISSA Champions Cup's double-header this afternoon at Sabina Park.
STETHS have played JC six times before, dating back to 1974, where the Santa Cruz-based school has suffered five losses and only one drawn result.
Omar 'Rambo' Wedderburn, coach of (STETHS), says past results do not matter to them at this point, and with the way his team has been playing in their last two games, they are looking to take the game to their Corporate Area counterparts.
"We're treating it like all other games, we always approach the games cautious and conscious of the fact that we want to win. I think we are a bit calmer and sober if you noticed the way we played (in the quarter-finals), so we are just as strategic going into the game," said Wedderburn.
"We don't worry about previous results, tomorrow will mean everything. It's a semi-final game, where two good teams will be playing. Also, both teams know the objective that only one winner will stand, so I am expecting a nice, competitive and attacking game," he said.