Faulkland and Wadadah will meet in the Charley’s JB Rum Western Conference Super League final as they recorded second-leg semifinal victories over Harmony and Reggae Youths respectively, at Jarrett Park on Sunday.
Faulkland clipped Harmony 2-1 for a 4-1 aggregate win over the two legs after winning the first-leg semifinal encounter last week at the Elletson Wakeland Centre 2-0.
Wadadah, meantime, earned their place in the final by reversing a first-leg semifinal 1-0 deficit against Reggae Youths to win 4-1 on Sunday at Jarrett Park, for a 4-2 aggregate win.
In the first match of the doubleheader, Faulkland took the lead in the 26th minute through Husana Johnson, before Lacon Brissett’s 70th-minute penalty levelled the scores. Faulkland would, however, win the match in the 80th minute, when Renaldo McLeish converted a penalty.
In the second match, Wadadah, playing in front of their Montego Bay home crowd, got off to an excellent start, when Obrian Robinson scored in the first minute of the match, to pull them level on aggregate with Reggae Youths.
Deshawn Woolery gave Wadadah the advantage in the 40th minute with Tyshan Hill putting them further ahead in the 59th minute before Cion Peterkin found a consolation goal for Reggae Youths in the 62nd.
Robinson would pop up for his second goal four minutes from the end to secure an easy win for Wadadah, the two-time Premier League champions.
The final be played at Jarrett Park on Sunday with the winners advancing to the Red Stripe Premier League playoffs with the other three confederation champions. The top two teams will qualify for the Red Stripe Premier League.