Reno Stutter

…Reno suffer another defeat as Montego Bay United earn a draw against Humble Lion in Red Stripe Premier League

Observer West writer

Thursday, October 18, 2018

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FROME, Westmoreland — FC Reno are seeking their second win of the season when they welcome Waterhouse FC in the Red Stripe Premier League in their third-straight game at the Frome Sports Complex on Sunday, starting at 3:00 pm.

The former champions have struggled so far, winning just once in their five games played while losing the other four, and are tied with promoted Dunbeholden FC and Humble Lion, all on three points.

FC Reno's only win came at home against a tough The University of the West Indies FC team two weeks ago. After losing to defending champions Portmore United last Sunday, they will be hoping to get two wins in two weeks against a Waterhouse team that came back from two goals down at home on Monday, to earn a draw against Cavalier FC.

Montego Bay United (MBU) who came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw against Humble Lion at home last weekend, are away to Cavalier at Stadium East on Sunday.

MBU are on eight points and in seventh place, one point and one place above Cavalier who they failed to beat in three meetings last season, losing twice.

On Sunday, in front of a fair-sized crowd, a brilliant goal from national senior league players Jourdaine Fletcher helped MBU salvage a point in their 1-1 draw against Humble Lion, extending their winless run against the Clarendon club to seven games.

Former Reno FC players Craig Foster gave Humble Lion the lead in the first half, but they had to settle for the point, their third straight drawn game.

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