Young Apprentice 2011 final: James McCullagh and Zara Brownless go head to head in

Zara Brownless

James McCullagh and Zara Brownless will be going head to head in next week's Young Apprentice 2011 final, it has been revealed this evening. Following a brutal quadruple firing by Lord Sugar tonight, only two candidates remain.

Only one of them will next week walk away with a £25,000 cash injection into their careers and business ventures from Lord Sugar.

They'll be going head to head to create a new game, with the help of their former rivals as the axed candidates return.

The Young Apprentice final will air on Monday, 9PM on BBC One.

Meet the two finalists below...

Zara Brownless

Age: 16
Education: Studying for A Levels in English Literature, Maths, History and Theatre Studies
Lives: Hertfordshire

Film enthusiast Zara used to be a baby model and won a sock design competition when she was seven years old. She is inspired by Katherine Bigelow, the first female director to win an Oscar and currently produces films for charities. When she’s not making movies, Zara enjoys running and playing table tennis.

She says: “Dreamers dream; people who achieve wake up, get out there and start doing stuff to make their dreams happen.”

James McCullagh

Age: 17
Education: Studying for A Levels in English, Economics, Spanish and Biology
Lives: County Derry, Northern Ireland

Irishman James describes himself as a risk-taker and always follows his gut instinct. James got the joint highest score in GCSE Economics in Northern Ireland and feels he is a natural businessman. He is a massive football fan and lists his passion as economics.

He says: “I have integrity, but when winning gets in the way of integrity, integrity goes out the window.”