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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: Rohan Richards has started the season with a bang, scoring four goals for Jamalco FC to lead the scoring charts, just as his team have risen to the top of the Red Stripe Premier League. Jamalco has won three games in a row, scoring three goals in each match.




A brace from the red hot Rohan Richards helped guide Jamalco FC to the top of the Red Stripe Premier League, when they clipped Marverley/Hughenden FC 3-2 in a pulsating game at the Constant Spring Field on Sunday.

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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.

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Photo: Nickoy Christian of Tivoli Gardens FC hooks the ball back while under pressure from Montego Bay United midfielder Nicholas Stewart  their Red Stripe Premier League encounter last Sunday. A 21st minute strike from Dino Williams was enough to earn the champions all three points.




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Newly promoted Marverley/Hughenden FC was on their way to a second victory in as many games in the Red Stripe Premier League, before a sizzling strike from Portmore United's Stephen Williams spoiled the party for the newcomers as the teams drew 1-1 at the Constant Spring Field on Sunday.

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Photo: Dwayne Smith (#11) sends Rushane Patterson the wrong way as he converts from 12 yards top secure all three points for UWI FC against Waterhouse FC on Sunday.

Marquee summer signing Dwayne Smith scored the all important goal to kickstart UWI's 2016-2017 campaign on a positive note in the Red Stripe Premier League as they edged rivals Waterhouse FC 1-0 at the UWI Mona Bowl on Sunday.

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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.

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Photo: Arnett Gardens lift the Red Stripe Premier League trophy.

Arnett Gardens destroyed Montego United on the National Stadium turf on Monday night, producing a four star second half performance, to beat their Premier League rivals 2-0 on the way to lifting the Red Stripe Premier League trophy for a record fourth time. Two second half strikes by the national invitee Andre Clennon and talisman Leon Strickland secured the win and sweet revenge for their 5-0 trashing in regular season and loss in the 1997 finals to Seba United (Mobay United's former name).