Photo: Marvin Morgan being interviewed after his man of the match performance helped Arnett Gardens score a come from behind 2-1 win over Portmore United in the Red Stripe Premier League on Monday.
The fan fare and spectacle in Cardiff, England on Saturday, June 3, after Real Madrid claimed their 12th hold on the coveted UEFA Champions League trophy was no more than what unfolded at the National Stadium as the Red Stripe Premier League season concluded on Monday night.
Photo: Fabian Reid scored all three goals for Arnett Gardens when they got by Montego Bay United in the quarterfinal round of the Red Stripe Premier League and they will take on the regualr season champions Humble Lion at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex tonight starting at 8:00pm.
Arnett Gardens last won the Red Stripe Premier League two seasons ago and after overcoming an inauspicious regular season where they just managed to claim the last quarter final spot, the "Junglists" are now mentally ready to go all the way.
Photo: Fabian Reid scored all three Arnett Gardens goals against Montego Bay United in their two legged quarter final match up in the Red Stripe Premier League. Reid scored the equalizer in the 1-1 first leg draw before hitting a brace on Monday night in the 2-1 win as the Junglists advanced 3-2 on aggregate to the semifinals.
Photo: Vishnul Harris (left) celebrates with teammate Marcellino Blackburn after scoring the opener in Arnett Gardens 3-0 win over Marverley/Hughenden in the Red Stripre Premier League on Sunday at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex. It was Harris's first game back after ten months out with a foot injury.
A man of the match performance from the returning Vishnul Harris guided former champions Arnett Gardens to an easy 3-0 win over relegation threatened Marverley/Hughenden in the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday night.
Photo: Waterhouse captain Romario Campbell was unable to inspire his team to a win over Arnett Gardens on the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday.
Arnett Gardens failed to gain significant ground on their closet rivals on Sunday, as a rejuvenated Waterhouse held them to a goalless stalemate in a hard-fought battle at the Drewsland Stadium.
Photo: Tevin Shaw (left) and Shamar Nicholson wil play key roles for Tivoli Gardens FC and Boys Town FC respectively in their Red Stripe Premier League game on Sunday at the Barbican Field.
Humble Lion FC became the first team in the Red Stripe Premier League this season not to fall from the top of the table the week after going to the summit, when they played out a 1-1 draw with Portmore United last weekend.
Photo: Newly appointed Reggae Boyz assistant coach and Arnett Gardens head coach Jerome Waite will be focusing on the RSPL game against Portmore United FC at the Antony Spaulding Sports Complex on Sunday.
After four match days of the 2016-2017 Red Stripe Premier League campaign, both Waterhouse FC and Boys Town FC are yet to gain a point. Four losses on the trot see both former premier league champions propping up the table with Waterhouse rooted at the bottom on goal difference.