As suggested by Yardie Sports two weeks ago, the changes in the Head Coach position at some of the clubs in the Red Stripe Premier League continues at pace.
Vassel Reynolds, who was seen in the presence of Mike Henry, the Chairman of Humble Lion football club, watching the match against Waterhouse at Drewsland two weeks ago, has been installed as the new head coach of Humble Lion FC.
History beckons in the final of the ISSA/Flow Ben Francis Cup, as two of the more entertaining and often mystifying teams of rural area football comes face to face this Friday, November 20, 2015 at the Juici Park Sports Complex, Clarendon.
St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) remain on course to add more silverware to their already impressive record of five successive ISSA/LIME Ben Francis Cup titles after topping Dinthill Technical in a thrilling penalty shoot-out semi-final on Tuesday at Manchester High school grounds.
Photo: Arnett Gardens midfielder Vishunul Harris tries to turn away from Humble Lion defender Ricardo Campbell during their Red Stripe Premier League semi-final game at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Sunday. The game ended 1-1 and both teams will meet in the decider at the Effortville Centre next Monday night.
A well-executed penalty kick by captain Wolery Wolfe in the 42nd minute ensured that Humble Lion head into the second leg of the Red Stripe Premier League semi-final against favourites Arnett Gardens all square.
Photo: Donovan Duckie takes his Humble Lion team to Wespow Park to face champions Montego Bay United and in need of all three points.
Arnett Gardens will top the standings
Arnett Gardens sitting comfortable at the summit and are in poll position of winning this year's Red Stripe Premier League title. They have the best away form accumulating 29 points from a possible 48, winning 9, drawing 2, and losing 5. They also boast the best home form with an impressive 34 points from 15 games (P-15 W-10 D-4 L-1).
Photo: Humble Lion coach Donovan Duckie looking to continue his winning streak when he takes his team to Harbour View today
Harbour View FC will have their hands full on Sunday at the Compound when they tackle the resurgent Humble Lion. Harbour View currently sitting on 33 points in fourth position will hope to leap frog Montego Bay United who won't be in action until Monday night.