St Elizabeth Technical are into their fourth ISSA/Flow daCosta Cup final seeking their fourth title after getting the better of a stubborn Lennon High 2-1 in their semi-finals played at a wet and muddy Juici Field on Saturday.

Neville Morgan and the reliable Michael Kerr were the scorers for STETHS who will be seeking their second rural area double after winning the Ben Francis KO title a week earlier.

Shawayne Nelson had equalised for Lennon early in the second half.

STETHS will now face Dinthill Technical in the final set for Saturday December 5th at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.

Morgan gave favorites STETHS the lead after just 20 minute when his free kick from about 25 yards out beating goalkeeper Shevoy Williams who got a hand to it but failed to hold on.

Nelson pulled Lennon level in the 50th minute when he beat STETHS’ goalkeeper Kenroy Wallace after completing a play started by substitute Kwesi Watts.

Kerr however came up with the winner for STETHS when he converted a penalty kick in the 67th minute.