Hail, royal Rendezvous
They may be a Division 2 team, but OKG Rendezvous are the kings of knockout football.
On Sunday night before a large crowd at the Wildey AstroTurf, Rendezvous captured the KFC Champions Cup by demolishing Mackeson Brittons Hill 6-1 to become the first Division 2 side to win the knockout tournament in more than three decades.
Led by a hat-trick from Shandel Samuels and a brace from his cousin, Myron Samuels, Rendezvous dominated the contest from start to finish in one of the most lopsided finals in recent years.
To emphasize their superiority, the Christ Church side also captured all of the individual awards, with Shandel being named MVP and Best Forward.
Here, the players celebrating with the winner’s cheque along with some of their supporters.