Photo: Girvon Brown in action for the UWI FC earlier this season. The striker scored in the first-leg semi-final aganst Portmore United when the UWI came from behind to win 2-1 and will be looking to be among the goals again today as they hunt a spot in the Red Stripe Premier League final.
Girvon Brown is currently playing for his fourth club in the Red Stripe Premier League and he has never felt more at home. The player joined the club in their first year in the RSPL last season and ended as their leading scorer with 14 goals.
Photo: Marcel Gayle is one game away from taking the UWI FC into their first ever Red Stripe Premier League final in just their second season in the league.
Both the University of the West Indies FC and Portmore United FC are expected to lay it all on the line this afternoon when they face off at 3pm the UWI Bowl for the chance to play against Arnett Gardens in the finals of the Red Stripe Premier League.
Photo: Patrick Brown came off the bench to score the winner for the University of the West Indies FC as they came from behind to defeat Portmore United 2-1 in the first leg of their Red Stripe Premier League semifinal at the Wembley Centre of Excellence on Sunday. The teams will meet in the second leg at the UWI Bowl next Sunday.
Photo: Keammar Daley has had a massive influence in the UWI FC midfield this season and has guided them to within a whisker of being crowned Red Stripe Premier League regular season champions.
The University of the West Indies FC are ninety minutes away from crowning themselves in glory. Only in their second season in the Red Stripe Premier League, the Marcel Gayle coached unit leads second placed Humble Lion by a point going into the last match day of the regular season and ultimately has their fate in their own hands.
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.
Photo: Lennox Russell (kneeling) and his teammate Damari Deacon celebrate Arnett Gardens first goal in their 3-0 win over Jamalco FC in the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday. It was the third goal for Russell in as many games, as Arnett Gardens moved up to second place behind leaders UWI FC.
A 1-0 away win over leaders Humble Lion FC courtesy of an 84th minute penalty from captain Rochane Smith, allowed the University of the West Indies FC to continue their great run in the Red Stripe Premier League on Sunday.
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.