Red Stripe Premier League

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Photo: Maalique Foster (right) in action for Portmore United in the quarterfinals of the Red Stripe Premier League in 2017

 

 

 

 

On Tuesday night Reggae Boy Maalique Foster became one of the latest victims of gun crime in Jamaica. He was among a group of men who were fired upon while playing dominoes in Southborough, Portmore, St. Catherine, where two men reportedly died.

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Photo: Former Reggae Boy Jermaine Johnson was shot and injured earlier today in Kingston, Jamaica. 

 

 

 

 

Former Reggae Boy and current Tivoli Gardens striker Jermaine “Teddy” Johnson was shot an injured some late this afternoon in the Tivoli Gardens community.

Johnson was among a group of three persons who were shot an injured in what was described as a drive by shooting.

All three persons were taken to the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) where they were treated and are now said to be in stable condition.

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Photo: Portmore United FC celebrate their sixth hold on the Red Stripe Premier League title after defeating Waterhouse FC 4-3 on penalties in the final on Monday night.

Portmore United emerged from the lottery of a penalty shoot-out to end six years without a trophy and beat Waterhouse FC in the Red Stripe Premier League final at the National Stadium on Monday night.

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Photo: Shavar Thomas has guided Portmore United to their third consecutive Red Stripe Premier League final in his first season in charge. He will be looking to get by Donovan Duckie and his marauding Waterhouse team to make it third time lucky in the final at the National Stadium tonight. Match time is 8:35pm.

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Photo: Oh how sweet it is! Portmore United players celebrate together after Saneekie Burton scored his second goal against defending Red Stripe Premier League champions Arnett Gardens at the Spanish Town Prison Oval on Sunday. Portmore won the game 5-1 to inflict the first defeat on the champions for the season.

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File Photo: Kemar Beckford in action for Waterhouse

Kemar Beckford's 6th goal in his 8th game of the season gave Waterhouse a hard-fought win over "The Stars of The East" Harbour View, at the Drewsland Mini Stadium, in the last game of round 18 in the Red Stripe Premier League last Thursday.

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Photo: Tevin Shaw outjumps Ryan Miller to head home a corner kick and give Tivoli Gardens FC a 2-1 lead over UWI FC in the Red Stripe Premier League. Tivoli Gardens eventually ran out 3-2 winners to score their first ever win over the UWI in the premiership.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Photo: Waterhouse FC defender Shawn Lawes

 

 

 

 

After receiving a sound beating at home at the hands of leaders Portmore United in the Red Stripe Premier League a week ago, Waterhouse FC coach Glendon Bailey was hoping for a proper response from his troops away to Harbour View on Sunday night and at the end of the ninety minutes was pleased to come away with a clean sheet and a point.

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