Cavalier registered yet another win over Waterhouse courtesy of a goal from Nicholas Hamilton.  Waterhouse have not beaten Cavalier in four years.

A stoppage-time goal from Roshane Sharpe snatched all three points for defending champions Portmore United but deepened relegation concerns for Reno, in a thrilling Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) encounter at Frome on Sunday.

Javon East gave the title holders a bullet start when he netted with just two minutes on the clock.  It didn’t take long for Renario Downswell to get the hosts back on level terms as he netted in the 10th minute.

 Earon Elliot put Portmore back in front with his goals just four minutes later but Downswell against answered to send the teams into the dressing room level at the break.  East popped up against to score in the 77th minute before Sharpe crushed any hopes of a late Reno fightback with a last-minute goal of his own.

Elsewhere, Montego Bay failed to take full advantage of Reno’s slip-up after being held to a 1-1 draw at Effortville.  Keneil Kirlew put the visitors in the front from the penalty spot in the 3rd minute but Jermaine Christian ensured a share of the points with his 47th-minute reply.  The result kept Humble Lion rooted to the bottom of the table. Dunbeholden secured what proved to be a vital point away at Harbour View and in fact led through Richard Orette who scored in the 47th minute.  Rennico Clarke, however, ensured that the home team got at least a share of the points with a reply in the 64th.

In other games, Mount Pleasant retained their place in the top four following a 2-1 win over Tivoli, while Arnett Gardens and UWI played to a 2-2 draw.

Waterhouse get back from early howler to beat Humble Lion 3-2 and Tremaine Stewart was the star of the show.  George, Brent and Lance review the result.

Players believe Waterhouse's fans are their greatest supporters but the respect of those fans has to be earned.

A last-gasp strike from Donovan Carey saw hosts Montego Bay United wrest a share of the points from Harbour View as late drama unfolded in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) at Montego Bay Stadium on Sunday. 

Defender Jamoi Topey almost sealed a sensational win for Cavalier against UWI, with a fierce drive from 30 yards that whistled just wide of custodian Amal Knight's upright.  The game ended in a 1-1 draw.                  



Cavalier seemed headed back to the top of the Red Stripe Premier League table after Chevone Marsh found an early goal.  The team was, however, pegged back when Courtney Allen finished acrobatically to earn the UWI a share of the points.  George Davis and Lance Whittaker analyse the result. 

Spotlight on Amal Knight

February 04, 2019

Amal Knight, the captain and goalkeeper of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is in the Spotlight this week.

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Defending Red Stripe Premier League champions Portmore United temporarily returned to the top of the table following a comfortable 2-0 over Humble Lion at Effortville on Sunday.

After dropping points in their previous two games, the title holders must have been champing at the bit to get on the scoresheet.  They did not have to wait very long to do so as Ryan Wellington found the back of the net after just four minutes.  Andre Lewis made the game safe for Portmore, with the half approaching when he bulged the net in the 41st minute.

Elsewhere Fabian Reid’s second-half strike saw Arnett Gardens snap a two-game winless streak with a 2-1 win over Reno.  Arnett took the lead through defender Jabeur Johnson in the 56th minute but saw that advantage cancelled out when Renario Downswell found an equalizer for the hosts in the 63rd.  Reid, however, gave the visitors the points 13 minutes later as they moved to 5th place.  Promoted Mount Pleasant also returned to winning ways following a comfortable 2-0 victory over former champions Montego Bay at Drax Hall.  Daniel Green gave the hosts the lead in the 12th minute and David Swaby finished things off in the 77th.

Tivoli Gardens were denied a third straight win after they were held 1-1 by promoted Dunbeholden at Spanish Town Prison Oval.  Jermaine Johnson gave Tivoli the lead in first-half stoppage time but Nardo Brown got the home team back in level terms in the 74th minute. 

In the day's other game Keithy Simpson (28), Andre McFarlane (69th) and Kenroy Howell (84th) were all on the scoresheet as Waterhouse hammered Harbour View 3-1 at Harbour View Stadium.  Shemar Nairne got the loan consolation goal for the home team in time added on.

Our two-man team of George Davis and Lance Whittaker bring us special insight from the sidelines as Cavalier trounce struggling Arnett 3-1.

Waterhouse midfielder Tremaine Stewart gets the crucial goal in 1-0 win over Arnett Gardens.

Former champions Montego Bay United pulled off an upset on Sunday when they defeated newcomers Mount Pleasant FC 1-0 in Red Stripe Premier League action on Sunday.

Cavalier scored two goals in three minutes to ruin Christmas for Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) defending champions Portmore United who head into the festive season in second spot following a 2-1 loss at Stadium East.

It seemed for a long period of Sunday’s encounter that the title holders would head into the holiday at the top of the table, following a 16th-minute goal from Chavanney Willis.  However, they were left stunned when a Nicholas Nelson 65th minute strike levelled the score before an Alex Marshall penalty completely turned the game on its head.

The biggest benefactors from Portmore’s demised were Waterhouse who earlier delivered a stinging 3-0 defeat to Montego Bay United at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.  Waterhouse took the lead through Rafeik Thomas in the 11th minute, before goals from.

 Kenroy Howell (87th) and Denaro Thomas (90+4) made all three points a surety.

As a result, it is Waterhouse who head into the holidays at the top of the table with 34 points, one ahead of second place Portmore and three ahead of third place Cavalier.  In other matches, Harbour View secured back to back wins for the first time in several games, following a 2-0 over Mount Pleasant at Drax Hall.  Tivoli Gardens secured a 2-0 away win at UWI, while Reno and Humble Lion played to a 2-2 draw.  

It promises to be business as usual for the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) this weekend as JFF referee’s department manager Victor Stewart has confirmed the officials will be available for the fixtures.

Only one of the six games scheduled for the RSPL’s round of 18 matches were played as the unavailability of officials led to the postponement of other fixtures planned.

Stewart pointed to injuries of some match officials as a contributing factor to the personnel shortage.  He also mentioned the fact that referees had not been paid in two months and disrespect of officials buy club administrators as other major causes for concern. Stewart was confident this weekend, however, that the officials would return to the pitches as the body would be able to field second-tier officials.

“Those referees that are in the second tier will be available once we give them adequate notice and they are on standby,” Stewart told the SportsMax Zone.

“We will give them adequate notice and should be sending out the appointments for Sunday’s round of games,” he added.

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