Harbour View FC
Photo: Action from the UWI v Montego Bay United stalemate.
Despite recording a 1-1 draw with Harbour View FC and picking up seven points from their last three games played in the Red Stripe Premier League, Jamalco FC will return to parish football after making their debut in top flight football this season.
The fate of the Clarendon based outfit was sealed on Wednesday where only a win would have kept them in the running for premiership survival.
KINGSTON, Jamaica: UWI Football Club is the latest team to join the coveted fraternity of Lucozade-sponsored teams. On Wednesday, September 14, Lucozade Ribena Suntory announced that it will be sponsoring the Mona-based outfit in the 2016/17 Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) season.
The other Lucozade-sponsored team is Harbour View Football Club, a mainstay and top performer in the Premier League. Both teams were presented with sponsorship cheques and products during a function at the offices of Cari-Med Limited, local distributors of Lucozade.
Photo: Shamar Bernard of FC Reno closes in on Andre Messam of Harbour View during the Red Stripe Premier League game on Sunday at the Harbour View Mini-stadium. Reno won the game 1-0 to go top of the RSPL on 7 points.
FC Reno surged to the top of the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday when they clipped hosts Harbour View 1-0 at the Harbour View Mini-Stadium to secure their second win of the season and moved clear at the top on seven points.
Photo: UWI FC central defender Nicholas Mc Morris scored a 53nd minute winner over Cavalier SC on Sunday to keep the new boys within sight of a semi-final spot in the Red Stripe Premier League.
The fairytale debut season in the Red Stripe Premier League continued for the University of the West Indies FC on Sunday when they scored a narrow 1-0 win over Cavalier SC at the UWI Bowl to maintain their current fourth place in the 12 team league.
Photo: Clash of the number 20's - Daminan Anderson of Harbour View protects the ball from Weston Forrest in their Yellow Pages/Jackie Bell KO quarter finals at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex on Wednesday night. Harbour View won the game 2-1 despite a late strike from Forrest.
Harbour View FC ended the reign of champions Tivoli Gardens FC in the Yellow Pages/Jackie Bell Knock Out competition, when they clipped them 2-1 on Wednesday night, at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.
Photo:Former Portmore United defender Rosario Harriott has added stability to the back line for Harbour View.
Waterhouse FC leads the Red Stripe Premier League by six points, but former champions Harbour View FC will be looking to cut the gap back to three points, when they travel to the Effortville Community Centre to take on the wounded animal, Humble Lion at 5:00pm today.