St George’s College whipped Jamaica College (JC) 4-0 to win the Flow ISSA Super Cup and walked away with $1m at the National Stadium on Saturday.

Alex Marshall, easily the best schoolboy this season, scored twice in the 14th and 58th minutes pushing his goalscoring tally to 23 in all competition. It was also his sixth goal in the Super Cup earning him the Golden Boot award.

It was a magnificent display of attacking fluid football by the Georgians in front of a packed Stadium. Marshall, who was assign a marker by JC in his National Under-17 teammate, Ajeanie Talbott, proved illusive throughout and was involved in three of St George’s College’s goals.

Just after JC missed the first chance of the game in the third minute when Chevaun Crooks kicked wide from just outside the box, Marshall, eluded Talbott and was fouled in the box and earned a penalty.

Messam Jnr, the son of former Reggae Boy Gregory Messam Snr, easily converted the spot in the fifth minute. Then just nine minute later, Marshall was inexplicably left unmark at the far post and he made no mistake in the 14th minute.

Marshall was at it again and just a few minutes after turning Talbott inside out, Talbott clattered into Marshall once again and picked up his second yellow card was dismissed in the 52nd minute. From the resulting freekick, Ronaldo Watson curled in a beauty making it 3-0 in the 53rd minute.

Marshall was not finished and he combined well with Akeem Shelton and fired home from an angle riving the final nail into JC’s coffin.

JC, the dethroned champions, walked away with $375,000 that they accumulated for their three wins and second place. Wolmer’s Boys defeated St Jago 2-1 to finish third.