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Harbour View, East Kingston, Jamaica:
Waterhouse and Portmore United score identical 1-0 wins to capture Senior and U-21 National Titles resepectively at the Harbour View Mini Stadium yesterday, Sunday, February 10, 2008.
Continue reading "Waterhouse, Portmore claim titles" »
Tivoli Gardens cut down leaders Portmore United 1-0 at the Ferdie Neita Park, yesterday, in a top-of-the tables clash in Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL) action.
The winning goal was netted by Navion Boyd in the 16th minute.
Continue reading "'Garden' cut down Portmore 1-0" »
Portmore United one of the most successful National teams in recent years are JA$250,000 (US$3,600) richer after copping the CASH PLUS PREMIER LEAGUE (CPPL) first round final 1-0 over Tivoli Gardens at the Harbour View Mini Stadium on Sunday, Night, December 16, 2007.
Portmore left it late, as, one of Jamaica's brighest young star, Ricardo Cousins hit a cracking shot in the 70th minute giving his team another silverware in their jewel cabinet.
Tivoli pocketed JA$150,000 (US$2,100) for their runner-up position.
Continue reading "PORTMORE WINS CASH" »
Tivoli, Portmore clash for cash
By Staff Reporter
Former National champions Portmore United and Tivoli Gardens Football Club will contest Sunday's end-of-round final of the money-rich Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL).
Tivoli earned the right to play Portmore after a thrilling come-from-behind 3-2 victory over promoted St George's on Sunday, December 9, 2007 at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex as they ended their first round fixture on 18 points.
Portmore United, who have opened up a eight-point lead on the rest of the league, defeated Reno 2-1 to jump to 24 points, as the first round closed.
*2 Portmore UTD v.s. Reno 1
*3 Tivoli v.s. St George's 2
3 Waterhouse v.s. August Town 1
1 Boys Town v.s. Village UTD 1
2 Sporting Central 2 v.s. Seba 1
1 Arnett Gardens v.s. Harbour View 1
*Qualify for end-of-round final
*Montego Bay based team on top of CPPL
St James Club Seba United are the surprise leaders of the Cash Plus Premier League (CPPL) with 13 points, one ahead of defending champions Harbour View (12).
Portmore United, who had the best defense for a number of years in the National league, lie third on 11 points.
Last Sunday, October 28, Seba whipped sophmore team, August Town 3-1, with goals from Delroy Ellis, Kevin James, Oliver Trail complete the win.
Harbour View for the second straight week came from 0-2 down, this time beating arch-rivals Waterhouse 3-2 at Compound, Kemeel Wolfe hit home the decisive strike near the end. Last week they came from two goals down to draw level with rookie club Sporting Central at their home turf.
Continue reading "CASH PLUS PREMIER LEAGUE" »
Harbour View back to winning ways
*Taylor's double give them 2-1 win
Harbour View Football Club won their second game of the season and pushed their points tally to nine, in the Cash Plus Premier League after a 2-1 win against August Town at the UWI Bowl, St Andrew on Wednesday, October 24, 2007.
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*Reno gives Western Football a lift
Westmoreland based club Reno FC won the JFF Wray & Nephew National Premier League second end-of-round title yesterday with a 1-0 victory over Harbour View FC In St Elizabeth.
Draion McNain scored the vital goal in extra-time that saw Reno finally getting a silverware in over ten years.
Its the first time in three tries this season Harbour View were losing in a final.
If you are a betting man it's very risky not to throw your whole wager on the Stars of the East Harbour View FC, as they take on second place Reno FC in the JFF Wray and Nephew National Premier League second end-of-round final at St Elizabeth Technical High School field tomorrow at 3 p.m.
Continue reading "Title number three beckons for Harbour View" »
Stars of the East cops KO title lst night
Fabian Taylor last (Wednesday, February 28,2007) night shot in the winning goal 3 minutes into the second half as the Stars of the East captured the KASAFAWestern Union/Jackie Bell Knock out title at the National Stadium.
Continue reading "Harbour View wins second title of the season" »
JFF Wray and Nephew National Premier League end-of-round champs Harbour View FC look well set to snatch their second title of the 2006-2007 season when they meet the Red Bridgade Boys' Town at the National Stadium on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in the final of the Western Union/Jackie Bell Knock out.
Continue reading "Harbour View poised for second Title" »
Harbour View and Waterhouse are dead even in the Wray and Nephew Premier League after the former edged Portmore United 1-0 at Compound last night, January 14, 2007.
Both teams are on 34 points, and only goal difference seperate the top two clubs in the nation.
Waterhouse earlier in the day were held to a 1-1 draw by Arnett Gardens at the Anthony Spauldings Sports Complex.
Continue reading "*Stars of the East draw level with Waterhouse" »
Village shock Firehouse 1-0...lead cut to two points.
Waterhouse Football Club saw their lead in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League cut to two points after going down to a surprise 1-0 loss to Village United at their Waterhouse Mini Stadium on Sunday Janauary 7, 2007.
Creston Bernard scored the decisive goal that pushed Village to 20 points.
Waterhouse remained on 33 points, while Harbour View courtesy of a brace from Lovell Palmer and a lone strike from Greg taylor had a 3-2 win over August Town and surged to 31 points.
Continue reading "NPL SHOCKER!" »
A Wray and Nephew National Premier League game between home team Boys' Town and Westmoreland's Reno FC yesterday at the Collie Smith Drive Sports Complex
was aborted because of gun shots being fired in the community of Wilton Gardens which is near the venue.
The referee in charge of the game Kevin Thomas in his opinion ruled against continuing the match as the shots that were being fired though not inside the venue allegedly by gun man placed the players on the field at risk.
The pandemonium was shown live on National Television, as players on the field of play in fear for their lives lie flat on their stomachs.
Continue reading "Gun shots rang out in NPL game" »
Joint second place outfit Harbour View Football Club will hope to cut Waterhouse's lead to two points with a win over depleted Portmore United at the Harbour View Mini stadium in the fifteenth round of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League tomorrow, Wednesday January 3, 2007.
Harbour View are on 25 points, the same as Reno which has an easy game against cellar dwellers Naggo Head at the Spanish town Prison Oval. Though Portmore, in fourth position on 23 points, has lost a number of key players due to football trials abroad including Jason Morrison, Demar Stewart and Rafe Wolfe, they are still in good nick as they have adequate replacement in Kevin Deerr, Carlington Smith, veteran striker Onandi Lowe whom can step up to the plate and deliver the goods, while Harbour View, playing at home can seal victory through Kevin Bryan, Greg Taylor, Lovell Palmer, and Loxley Thomas.
Continue reading "Harbour View, Portmore United clash at Compound" »
Four of the top teams in the JFF Wray and Nephew National Premier League failed to score as the competition resumed with two matches in St Catherine and the cooperate area yesterday December 21, 2006 after a Malaria scare halted proceedings.
Portmore United were held 0-0 by leaders Waterhouse at the Ferdie Neita Park, while Harbour View squandered a great opportunity to cut the Firehouse lead by playing out a 0-0 stalemate with Arnett Gardens at their home field the Harbour View Mini Stadium.
Continue reading "Clubs drew nil in Premier League" »
The Jamaica Football Association (JFF) has postponed today's (December 13, 2006) 15th round of games in the Wray a Nephew National Premier League Football competition because of the outbreak of malaria in the coporate area and St Catherine.
This is in keeping with guidlines stipulated by the Ministry of Health to ban public gatherings in areas affected by the recent Malaria outbreak.
Tivoli Gardens FC vs Arnett Gardens FC, Village United, vs Portmore United, Boys Town FC, vs Reno FC, Harbour View FC vs Seba United and Naggo Head FC vs Waterhouse FC (resheduled game).
St Elizabeth, Jamaica:
Western Jamaicaʼs top Football Club Reno upset former second place team Harbour View 2-1 in the 14th round of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League at their temporary home ground St Elizabeth Technical High School field yesterday.
The win placed Reno in second position on 25 points, one ahead of third place Harbour View and four points behind idle leaders Waterhouse. The win for the Westmoreland outfit gave Firehouse some breathing space, and left the Stars of the East five points off the pace.
Continue reading "Reno Stuns Harbour View 2-1" »
Harbour View Football Club bolstered from topping their group in the CFC Caribbean Club Championship recently will aim at closing the gap on absent leaders Waterhouse FC when they play a tricky JFF Wray and Nephew National Premier League match against fourth place Reno FC at the St Elizabeth High School field on Sunday December 10, 2006.
Continue reading "Harbour View look to close gap on idle Waterhouse" »
*Lucky firehouse scrapes through with a draw
Waterhouse Football Club remained the only unbeaten team in the JFF Wray and National Premier League competition after a hard fought 1-1 draw with rivals Tivoli Gardens at Drewsland on Sunday night.
Continue reading "Waterhouse still unbeaten" »
Leaders Waterhouse football Club takes on Tivoli Gardens at the Waterhouse Mini Stadium in what many describes as the feature match of the 13th round of the Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) tommorrow, Sunday December 3, 2006.
Continue reading "Waterhouse, Tivoli showdown at Drewsland" »
JFF Wray and Nephew National Premier League teams went on a goal scoring spree blasting home 24 goals in six matches to start the second round of the nation’s top plight with a bang in Kingston/St Andrew, St Elizabeth, St Catherine and St James yesterday.
Continue reading "Goals galore in National Premier League…as Waterhouse stay four-point clear of Harbour View" »
Another epic battle is expected between the top two teams in the island Waterhouse and Harbour View Football Club tonight in the JFF Wray and Nephew end-of-round final at the National Stadium, match time 7 pm.
The Stars of the East go into the final on a low being ambushed 4-0 by Tivoli Gardens at the Edward Seaga Complex in their final first round game, while the Firehouse team comes into this encounter on a real high after extending their lead atop the NPL by four clear points (25 points to Harbour Views 21) with a 1-0 triumph over Boysʼ Town at Collie Smith Drive.
Continue reading "Waterhouse, Harbour View fight for Mid-season crown tonight" »
Fire House takes over lead in NPL
Defending champions Waterhouse Football Club went on a scoring spree at their Drewsland home turf Wednesday night with a 4-1 hammering of Seba United to take a one-point lead over Harbour View in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League standings.
Damion Williams netted a brace and Demar Phillips and Kevin Lamey scored one goal apiece for the Firehouse team.
The win pushed Waterhouse to 22 points, one ahead of Harbour View 21, who had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Boys Town .
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Harbour View still ahead after 2-2 draw with firehouse
Harbour View maintained their one point league ahead of Waterhouse in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League with a hard fought but enthralling 2-2 draw at the Waterhouse Mini Stadium Sunday night.
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After recapturing their lead in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League last Sunday with a hard fought win over Wadadah, Harbour View Football Club will this Sunday battle arch rivals, and second place club Waterhouse in a top-of-the tables clash at the Waterhouse Mini Stadium.
The question should be asked which Waterhouse team will show up on their home turf? As their emotional fans waiting for Fire House as they are often called to step up after internal problems threatened the clubs 2006-2007 campaign.
Continue reading "Stars of the East hope to maintain lead against tricky Waterhouse" »
Harbour View put down a whopping 3-2 win over Wadadah F.C at the Harbour View mini stadium October 29th, 2006 to regain the lead in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League.
The Stars of the East struggled after the 51st minute when Andre Reid opened the scoring for the guests. Five minutes later Gregg Taylor from the East tied the score while Loxley Thomas’s penalty put the Stars of the East in the lead in the 67th minute. Taylor went on to score again in the 76th minute giving Harbour View three goals to one. Christopher Currie went on to score for Wadadah in the extra time added to the game.
Continue reading "Success continues for Harbour View F C" »
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