JPL second round pushed back due to JFF Election
The second round of the Wray and Nephew Jamaica Premier league will not get underway on Sunday owing to the JFF voting congress at the Ruseas high school in Hanover.
The games scheduled for Sunday have been postponed to next Wednesday with the Monday night games still on as scheduled.
The fixtures which will be contested at stadium east features Cere united against Molynes United and Dunbeholden versus Arnett gardens
In the games on Wednesday, Mobay United go up against Lime Hall academy at Wespow park, defending champions Mount Pleasant play away to Portmore United at Ferdie Neita park, Waterhouse face-off with Tivoli Gardens at the Waterhouse mini stadium , Treasure Beach oppose Humble Lion at Steths and Cavalier meet Harbor View at the Tony Spalding Sports complex.