The Harbour boys scored the lone goal of the match in the dying minutes of the first half through Isaac Amoah after dominating and creating several chances.
Teshie came back strongly in the second half but were unable to find the back of the net.
Speaking to mediamen after the game, Tema goal scorer, Amoah expressed confidence in his team’s ability to emerge victorious in the final to win the ultimate trophy.
“We have a very strong attacking force and we are certain to get the goals against La and take the trophy to Tema,” he stated.
The former AshantiGold player added that, he was very pleased to score against Teshie and very confident to get another goal in the grand finale.
Tema defender, Kenneth Owusu said, they would make some additions to the team as they look forward to a very tough game.
Secretary of the Organising Committee of the competition, Daniel Koney was pleased with the level of discipline and professionalism displayed by players and spectators.
The winner of the tournament would walk away with a trophy and a cash prize while the first and second runners up would also receive cash prizes.
Individual awards including the top goalscorer, the best defender and the most disciplined team would be given to deserving individuals and team. The best supporters group are also going to be honoured.
From Sammy Heywood Okine