Following a break last Sunday, the Reggae Jammin Business House 50-over cricket competition resumes tomorrow with three matches scheduled. These are Jamalco vs National Housing Trust in the feature match at Jamalco, National Continental Baking Company vs Jamaica Broilers at Mico University College and National Water Commission vs Sagicor at Mona.
Rivoli United Football Club's youth programme got a boost as their youngsters copped the
Tagea Johnson scored the all-important goal in the 65th minute. The Under-17 championship is an added motivation for Rivoli, which have returned to the Premier League this season.
In recent times, strong programmes by Old Harbour Bay United and Frasziers Whip led to their dominance in the junior leagues and this transpired in senior league success.
Bomb Squad, fresh from a 9-2 hammering of Buck Town, are in high spirits as they take on Cascade in the feature match of a double-header in Fenley Douglas-sponsored Waterford Corner League tomorrow afternoon at 4 Bomb Sqaud will look to Michael Jones, Jevan Roberts and Cardel Benbow for goals. In the opening game at the venue, Duncans oppose Cool Runnings at 2 p.m.
In Sunday's games, defending champs Oneity got their first victory of the season as they clipped Boston 3-2 in an exciting encounter. Tajay Wilks struck a hat-trick of goals to lead Oneity, while Jermaine Thorpe netted Boston's goals.
In the second game at the venue, 21-Strong registered their second win in as many matches, as they edged Little America 2-1, to amass six points from two games. Davian Campbell and Alexander Johnson scored 21-Strong's goals, while Cauann Edson got Little America's goal.