Waterhouse FC

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Photo: Keniel Kerlew of Montego Bay United protects the ball from Waterhouse defender Hughan Gray during the top of the table Red Stripe Premier League clash between Waterhouse FC and Montego Bay United FC at Wespow Park on Thursday. Montego Bay United won the game 1-0 to close the gap at the top to just 2 points. Looking on are Allan Ottey (goal scorer for Mobay United) and Rohan Amos of Waterhouse.

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Waterhouse Football Club has invited the Sunshine Girls to be special guests at their highlight match on Monday night at their stadium off Washington Boulevard. Netball Jamaica said that it is delighted to take up the offer and that the entire training sqauad will be be in attendance at the match. The match will be carried live.

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Photo: Altimont “Freddy” Butler watching football action at the Constant Spring Field on Friday.

Former two-time champion, present league leaders, and title favourites for the 2014 Red Stripe Premier League, Waterhouse Football Club, with the assistance of former Reggae Boy, now internationally certified coach Altimont “Freddy” Butler, acting in the capacity as a CONSULTANT, will host a coach’s workshop on Saturday November 29, 2014, at 10: am, at the Waterhouse Stadium.

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Photo: Romario Campbell scored a stunner for Waterhouse in the second minute of stoppage time to help guide his team to a 2-0 win over Cavalier SC on Monday night.

Waterhouse FC stretched their lead atop of the Red Stripe Premier League to six points when they blanked former league leaders Cavalier SC 2-0 at the Stadium East field in the latest edition of Red Stripe Football Monday. Goals in the 5th minute by Tremaine Stewart and in the second minute of added time by Romario “Rom Rom” Campbell, was enough to secure all three points for the Drewsland based club.

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Photo: Hughan Gray celebrates after scoring a free kick for Waterhouse against DC United in the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday night. DC United won the game 2-1.

Waterhouse FC suffered a painful 2-1 loss to DC United on Tuesday night, to be left on the brink of elimination from the 2014 CONCACAF Champions League after they completed their four games and amassed a total of only six points.

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Photo: DC United winger Kyle Porter is flanked by Waterhouse captain Richard McCallum (left) and defender Nicholy Findlayson at the pre-match press conference. Waterhouse FC and DC United will do battle in the CONCACAF Champons League at 7:00pm.

Jamaica’s only entrants in the 2014 CONCACAF Champions League, Waterhouse FC, face a must win situation tonight when they take on DC United in their final group game at the National Stadium in Kingston Jamaica starting at 7:00pm.

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Photo: Barbican FC defender Latoya Panton prepares to clear the ball in the game between Barbican and Waterhouse FC in the Sherwin Williams Women's Football League. Barbican edged the contest 1-0.

Defending champions Barbican FC took sole leadership of Zone A in the Sherwin Williams Women’s Football League when they edged the previously unbeaten Waterhouse FC 1-0 at the Duhaney Park Playfield on Thursday.

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Photo: Marvin Morgan looking to change from the Yellow and Blue stripes of Waterhouse to the Red and Black stripes of Arnett Gardens

The Jamaican transfer window, for the National Premier League closed Friday August 29 2014 at 11:59 pm. The transfer window is never one to create a big buzz for local football fans as happens in Europe, however, one team which maked big moves in this transfer window is, shockingly, not a so called “rich teams “ but the Trench Town based club Arnett Gardens FC.

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