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FOOTBALL: Waterhouse look set to climb to third place in Premier League

Published: Monday December 2, 2013 | 8:50 am Comments 0

Waterhouse have a glorious opportunity to improve to third place in the standings when the Red Stripe Premier League continues today with the final game in Match Day 10.

The former champions, who hold down sixth place, will host second-from-the-bottom Arnett Gardens in a Monday Night fixture at the Drewsland Stadium.

The match is scheduled to start at 7 p.m.

A victory for Waterhouse today would push them to 16 points, the same as Cavalier who moved to third place following yesterday’s round of matches.

Meanwhile, defending champions Harbour View have joined Montego Bay United atop the standings after yesterday’s matches.

The ‘Stars of the East’ moved to 20 points following an away 3-0 victory against August Town at the UWI Bowl.

Montego Bay United, who entered the day with a two-point lead, had to settle for a goalless draw away to Humble Lion at Effortville Community Centre.

With the draw they moved to 20 points, but eold onto the lead over Harbour View courtesy of a goal difference.

In other games yesterday, Cavalier beat Rivoli United 1-0 at the Stadium East field,

Boys’ Town defeated bottom place Portmore United 1-0 at Collie Smith Drive, while Tivoli Gardens and Sporting Central played to a goalless draw at the Stadium East field.


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