Photo: Boys Town head coach Andrew Price and Waterhouse FC coach Glendon "Admiral" Bailey
After struggling for the first half of the 2016-2017 Red Stripe Premier League season, Boys Town FC and Waterhouse FC will both be heading to the transfer market as soon as the window opens in order to strengthen their respective squads.
Both teams have struggled from the opening weeks of the season and are currently propping up the league after 17 games played of the 33 games regular season.
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.
Photo: Kevin Lamey holds off the challenge of Victor Thompson during the Red Stripe Premier League between Boys Town and Waterhouse on Sunday. The game ended 0-0
The shot shy strikers from both Boys Town FC and Waterhouse FC failed to find the back of the net on Sunday when the two teams met at the Barbican field in the latest round of the Red Stripe Premier League.
Cavalier SC enjoyed a comprehensive victory in their first game of 2016 in the Red Stripe Premier League crushing Boys Town FC 3-0 on Sunday at the Stadium East Field.
After a pulsating 4-4 draw against strugglers Waterhouse FC in their final game of 2015 the appetite for scoring still lingered on the lips of the Cavaliers team. Jason Watson opened the scoring in the first half from the penalty spot before a superb strike from Cleon Pryce and an exquisite solo run from Aldaine Grant secured all there points for Rudolph Speid's men.
Photo: Boys Town striker Shamar Boza Nicholson celebrating the game winner for his club Boys Town FC over rivals Waterhouse FC in the Red Stripe Premier League earlier this season. Nicholson is hoping to be among the goals when his team travels to the Stadium East Field to take on Cavalier SC on Sunday.
Shamar ‘Boza’ Nicholson is itching to get back on the field of play after the short Christmas break. The Red Stripe Premier League resumes on Sunday and the striker simply cannot wait to get back in the thick of things for his team, Boys Town FC.
Photo: Boys Town striker Rafiek Thomas turns away from UWI players Jamie Robinson and Kemar Cummings during their Red Stripe Premier League game on Sunday. Thomas hit the winner six minutes from time as Boys Town avenged the first round loss to the RSPL newcomers with a 2-1 win at the Barbican Stadium.
Photo: Adrian King prepares to whip in a cross for Boys Town ahead of the challenge from Jahmeel Thompson of Arnett Gardens. King played a key role in the lone goal scored by Peter Keys, to earn Boys Town a narrow 1-0 win the the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday.
A 35th minute strike from Peter Keys was enough to settle the Collie Smith Drive Derby on Sunday as Boys Town exacted revenge on Arnett Gardens for the 4-0 thrashing they received in the first round of the Red Stripe Premier League, earlier this season.
Photo: Boys Town goal scorer Shamar Nicholson shows off the team crest on a day when the club celebrated their 75th anniversary. Nicholson's 3rd minute strike was enough to secure all the points for Boys Town who moved up to 8th place on 12 points.
On a day when they celebrated their 75th Anniversary, Boys Town also celebrated their first back to back wins for the Red Stripe Premier League season, when they clipped hosts Waterhouse FC 1-0 at the Drewsland Stadium on Sunday.