Thu | Mar 22, 2018

In Your Neighbourhood

Published:Saturday | March 4, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Jermaine Johnson (centre) of Tivoli Gardens shields the ball from Portmore United's Damano Solomon in their Red Stripe Premier League match at the Edward Seaga playing field on Wednesday. Tivoli won 2-1.


Braeton win final, qualify for Division one

Braeton United, after many years in the doldrums, have finally returned to St Catherine Division One football.

They returned to the top division after a 2-1 win over Southborough FC in the final of the York Pharmacy-sponsored Portmore Division two Football League at the Cedar Grove Estate Sport Complex last Sunday. A strike from Trevon Richards and an own-goal were good enough to secure victory for the Braeton side.


Big Domino clash in Gregory Park


Two undefeated teams, defending champions Fort International and Eradication, will clash for the first time this season in Gregory Park in the eighth round of the City of Kingston Cooperative Union/Jamaica Domino Federation Portmore/St Catherine.

The match is scheduled for an 11:30 a.m.

In last week's games, Fort shot past Masterpiece 300-283 and Eradication punished Braeton All Stars 300-271. The third undefeated side, Waterhouse United (28 points), cut down Soursop Tree 300-261.

In matches scheduled for this weekend, Waterhouse will travel to Garveymeade Sports Club to play the home team Garveymeade; Spring Village, currently in fifth place on (24 points), battle Felluchi Strikers, at home; Mechanical Strikers face Ken's Wildflower; Naggo Head versus Correctional Services at the Naggo Head Bus Park; Memory Lane welcome Frazsiers Whip for a match atn Waterford; Chedwin Strikers host Passagefort United; Masterpiece entertain Braeton All Stars, Soursop Tree await Right Stuff and Links United, fresh from their morale-boasting 300-279 win over Spring Village, host Exceptional.


McCauley win INSPORT St Catherine Primary Football


McCauley Primary recently won the INSPORT/St Catherine Primary Football League after they defeated Marlie Mount Primary.

It was McCauley's second title in less than a year as they also won an Under-9 tournament in Portmore, June 2016. Tevin Grey and Nickel Ellis scored for the victors. The winning team was managed by Errol Campbell, the coach of this year's Gleaner Spelling Bee champion Deneiro Hines of Glenmuir High. Hines is a past student of McCauley Primary.