Boys Club register first win of confed season

Paul Reid

Sunday, December 22, 2013    

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Montego Bay Boys Club scored their first win in the Jamaica Football Federation's Captain's Bakery and Grill/Charleys JB rum Western Confederation Super League, coming from behind to beat fellow promoted club Sandals Whitehouse at the UDC Field on Wednesday.

Boys Club's Androcle Poyser scored in his second straight game to equalise on Dervin Campbell's 10th-minute opening goal, while Lovel Jones scored in the second half from the penalty spot as Boys Club stayed unbeaten, while Sandals lost their second game at the UDC Field after being beaten by Norwood Strikers in the opening game.

The competition continues tomorrow with one game which will see Norwood Strikers taking on last-placed Village United also at the UDC field, set to start at 3:00 pm.

Holland United and Reno FC lead with seven points after three games with Savannah SC, Boys Club and Granville all tied up on five points each.

On Wednesday, Campbell gave Sandals the lead in the 10th minute as they sought their second win after upsetting defending champions Wadadah FC the previous round.

Poyser, who transferred from St James Senior League outfit Little Miami in the off season, pulled Boys Club back even in the 42nd minute as the teams went into the half-time break tied at 1-1.

Boys Club took the lead in the 63rd minute when Jonas converted a penalty kick after Sandals' goalkeeper Kiemuel Richards tripped up Recordo Harriott in the six-yard box.





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