Former champions Waterhouse made it back to back wins in the Jamaica Premier League
(Photo courtesy of the Jamaica Premier League)
Former champions Waterhouse made it back to back wins in the Jamaica Premier League after brushing aside defending champions Harbour View by 4-goals to nil in their match day 9 showdown at Stadium East yesterday.
Ramone Howell in the 11th minute and Kenroy Howell in the 18th, saw them take a 2-nil lead at half time before Devroy Grey in the 54th and Shaquille Bradford 4 minutes later rounded out the scoring in the one-sided contest.
Waterhouse, who were picking up their 4th win of the campaign are now 7th on 13 points.
Over at Wespow Park, last season’s beaten finalists Dunbeholden thanks to Stephen Williams and an own goal by Renardo Wellington posted a 2-nil win over Mobay United while Molynes United came from 2-nil down to earn a 2-all draw with newcomers Faulkand.
The lone game at the Wembley Center of Excellence ended in a nil-all draw between Vere United and Chapelton Maroons, while it was also scoreless between Tivoli Gardens and Portmore United in the opening game of the Stadium East double-header.
Action concludes today with another double header at the Tony Spaulding Sports Complex, where Humble Lions are up against 2021 winners Cavalier at 5 o’ clock and Arnett Gardens entertain leaders Mount Pleasant starting at 7:30.