The reign of Corporate Area schools in the ISSA/FLOW Super Cup competition, the self-styled ‘Champions League’ of schoolboys football was extended on Friday night after Wolmers Boys edged Cornwall College 1-0 in an epic clash of first time finalists.

Alphonso Gooden’s injury time goal was the difference between two teams that played disciplined defence for most of the game while both creating good scoring chances.

Wolmers who added their names to Jamaica College and St Georges College as champions of the all-island Knock out competition, took home the $1million prize and trophy while goalkeeper Shemar Jemison was named MVP and took home the award named in honour of the late St George’s player Dominic James.

Jemison allowed one goal in regulation in the entire tournament.

Despite being held scoreless for the first time this season, Cornwall College’s Jourdaine Fletcher won the Golden Boot award after scoring seven goals including two hat tricks, against Denham Town in the first round and against Clarendon College in the semi-finals.

Cornwall College dominated the second half and should have scored on at last one occasion but for a tight Wolmers defence and poor finishing.

Fletcher had two really good chances but each time Jemison was equal to them while substitute Shavon McDonald should have buried one in the 75th minute but skied the ball with the wide open goal at his mercy.

When it was looking like the game as headed to extra time, Gooden and Wolmers took full advantage of a mistake in the Cornwall defence and he snapped up the loose ball and beat Cornwall’s goalkeeper Jamario Hines low to his right hand side