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Catherine Hall seek third straight win in Confed League

BY PAUL A REID
Observer West writer

Thursday, January 11, 2018

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IRWIN, St James - Catherine Hall FC could take over the lead in Zone One of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Confederation/Charley's JB Rum Super League on Saturday when they take on Harmony FC in a battle of promoted teams at Irwin High School set to kick off at 3:00 pm.

Catherine Hall have won back-to-back games after losing their first two and are on six points, one behind joint leaders Reggae Youths and Beaches Negril, both of whom have played a game less.

Two games will be played on Saturday with Montego Bay Boys Club, losers of all four games played so far, hosting Hopewell United at the UDC field in Montego Bay.

Four more games are scheduled to be played, including the top of Zone One clash between Reggae Youths and Beaches Negril at Long Bay Beach Park, and Zone Two leaders Falkland FC meeting Clark's Town at Cedric Titus High.

Losing their first two games after being promoted last season, Catherine Hall have won their last two games, both by 2-1 margins, and will be gunning for a third-straight win when they face Harmony FC.

Harmony FC, who won both early season knockout titles in Trelawny, have managed just two goals in their three games played so far, and have not played in the Super League in two weeks after their game last weekend was postponed due to a waterlogged field.

Also on Saturday, Montego Bay Boys Club will be desperate for at least a point after losing all four games played, when they host Hopewell United at the UDC field.

Hopewell United are on four points, and were beaten by Catherine Hall in their most recent game on their home ground at Kenilworth Heart Academy, but the game is expected to be a close one.

On Sunday, Beaches Negril, who are off to the best ever start to the Super League will host Reggae Youths in a battle for sole leadership of Zone One.

Both are tied on seven points with Reggae Youths holding the tiebreaker with a better goal difference and have scored eight goals to Beaches Negril's three, from three games each.

Zone Two leaders Faulkland FC will be away to Clark's Town, Wadadah FC are away to Roaring River, while Grand Palladium FC host Granville United.

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