An 87th minute strike from substitute Junior McGregor earned Tivoli Gardens their first win of the new Red Stripe Premier League season when they clipped Harbour View 1-0 at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Monday night. Still without a home as their field is under rehabilitation, Tivoli Gardens had to use the field of their near nieghbours and fierce rivals Arnett Gardens, an unthinkable feat years ago and it would prove to be their lucky charm.
Portmore United ensured that the time spent by the defending champions Arnett Gardens at the top of the Red Stripe Premier League was a mere 24 hours after they carved out a narrow 1-0 win over Harbour View courtesy of a 72nd minute striker from substitute Ricardo Morris on Monday night.
The imposing Evan Grandison was the first to have a shot to goal in the match and though it was always going wide, gave the goalkeeper something to think about.
Photo: Harbour View coach Ludlow Bernard will be looking to guide his team into fourth position in the Red Stripe Premier League with a win over third placed Portmore United. Portmore can return to the league summit with a win over the Stars of the East. The two teams meet at the Harbour View Stadium at 8:30 tonight.
There is no let-up in Red Stripe Premier League. After an exciting weekend of fixtures, round 20 will be concluded today with fifth place Harbour View FC hosting 3rd place Portmore United.
Photo: Jorginho James (contributed)
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (December 29, 2015) – Twenty-one-year-old Jorginho James, a Jamaican footballer who plays for Harbour View FC and the Jamaica National Football Team as a midfielder, is the lone standout from the first two legs of the MLS Sponsored Caribbean Football Union Combine. James has been selected to attend the MLS Combine in South Florida from January 8-13, 2016.
Photo: Jerome Waite (Arnett Gardens) and Andrew Price (Boys Town) will both be hoping that their team can grab all three points in Part one of this season's Collie Smith Drive derbies at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex at 6:00pm.
Week three of an already very interesting Red Stripe Premier League season, will be highlighted by the first Collie Smith Drive derby of the season. Third place and defending champions Arnett Gardens hosts sixth place Boys Town at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex at 6:00pm today, in what is the last game on Sunday.
Harbour View and Boys Town played out an exciting 1-1 draw at the Harbour View Mini-Stadium on Sunday as action got underway in the 2015-2016 season of the Red Stripe Premier League .
Veteran striker Peter Keyes gave the visitors the lead midway the first half only for former Reggae Boy, Jorghino James, to grab the equalizer in the 84th minute to give the home team a deserved share of the spoils.
Both teams started off a bit slowly and it appeared as if the season came upon both teams a little too early.
Photo: Harbour View General Manager Clyde Jureidini
After a successful inaugural sponsorship and corporate, Grace Foods & Services Company has agreed to extend the relationship for another year. The company will make the formal presentation this Sunday, April 26th, 2015 at the final Red Stripe Premier League Home Game at the HVFC Stadium against Tivoli Gardens FC at 3:30pm in a LIVE TVJSN Broadcast at halftime.
Photo: Waterhouse Captain Damarley Samuels protects the ball from Harbour View defender Damion Anderson during their Red Stripe Premier League mtach. Waterhouse defeated Harbour View 7-2 at the Waterhouse Mini-Stadium on Monday Night.
Waterhouse FC inflicted total humiliation on Harbour View FC and their embattled manager Andrew 'Bowa' Hinds with a brutal victory at the Drewsland Mini Stadium on Monday night as they claimed a famous 7-2 win to go back second in the Red Stripe Premier League.