After taking Wolmer's Boys to the Flow Super Cup title and the Manning Cup final last season, long time head coach Vassell Reynolds is leaving the job.
Speculation had been rife for several months that Reynolds would be walking away from the Manning Cup for the DaCosta Cup.
On Friday while speaking on Hitz 92 FM's The Girls Sports Club, Reynolds confirmed that he would be heading to the Hanover-based Rusea's High as head coach of the football programme and a Physical Education teacher.
Reynolds says he will be hitting the ground running at the 10-time DaCosta Cup champions school and is looking forward to new beginnings. Rusea's has not won the symbol of rural area schoolboy football supremacy since 2011.
It is not yet clear who will take over the coaching job at Wolmer's as efforts to contact Technical Director Rudolph Speid and principal Dr Walton Small were unsuccessful.