Paul Clarke, Gleaner Writer
National midfielder Jermaine Hue went from being hero to villain in his side's 2-0 win over Savannah Sports Club at Frome on Sunday to keep the Premier League leaders rolling.
Hue saw red in the 90th minute for apparently hitting a defender, but his sending off was inconsequential by that time in the contest. Harbour View, on 51 points, maintained their 10-point lead at the summit with their 15th win in 24 outings.
Hue, the little maestro, had earlier opened the scoring in the 40th minute from the penalty spot, before André Fagan sealed the win on the stroke of half-time to stifle the efforts of the home side who came into Sunday's match on an unbeaten three-match run.
The loss, however, meant Savannah were losing for the 16th time and remained firmly rooted at the bottom of the 12-team standings on 16 points, eight points behind the team just above them and 11 points away from safety.
With interim coach Everton Tomlinson away in Mexico on national duties, and having played well enough for a draw last game out against Portmore United, Savannah were unlucky on at least two occasions not to score, but were left feeling the blues when Hue netted. And when Fagan netted just before the half-time break, it was clear that they would have had a hard time coming back from two goals down.