Former national football kingpins Wadadah FC are the Charley’s JB Rum Western Confederation Super League winners after they defeated Faulkland 6-5 on penalties at Jarrett Park on Sunday.
Both teams had battled to a 1-1 draw at the end of regulation and extra-time after Christopher Thompson had given Wadadah the lead in the 71st minute. However, Odane Snow equalized for Faulkland eight minutes later.
Wadadah, the two-time Premier League winners, held their nerve in the dreaded penalty shootout to come away victorious and earn their place in the Red Stripe Premier League playoffs.
They became the third of the four confederation winners to qualify joining Mount Pleasant of Eastern and Dunbeholden of South Central. The fourth and final team will come from the Kingston and St Andrew Confederation, which is at the semi-final stage.