JERMAINE 'Tuffy' Anderson promised and he delivered when he scored the winner for Waterhouse on Sunday.
Meanwhile, champions Harbour View and Portmore United continue to struggle in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL).
Having not scored in Waterhouse's first two games, Anderson, the Golden Boot winner for the last two seasons, said three games wouldn't pass without him scoring. He netted the winner against previously unbeaten Humble Lion in the 79th minute, propelling Waterhouse to joint top of the league with six points.
Humble Lion, who were suffering their first defeat, remained on six points in a four-way tie atop the table.
Montego Bay United, who clipped Harbour View courtesy of an Allan Ottey goal, climbed to six points as they continue to carry the fight for western Jamaica.
Harbour View maintained their poor start, losing their second game in three matches and lie second from bottom with one point.
Former champion and perennial title contenders Portmore United succumbed to their third consecutive loss, crashing 0-1 to promoted August Town.
It is a result that will certainly put head coach Linval Dixon under the microscope following earlier defeats to Cavalier and Humble Lion.
Portmore United have the dubious distinction of being the only team not to score a goal to date and the only team without a point.
Meanwhile, on a remarkable day with five 1-0 victories and just nine goals from six matches, fierce rivals Tivoli Gardens and Arnett Gardens shared the points even in a four-goal thriller.
The prolific Devon Hodges opened his account this season in Rivoli United's 1-0 win over Sporting Central Academy and pushed his team to
Clarendon-based Sporting Central, who won their first match of the season, have now lost two straight and have tumbled down the tables to ninth with three points.
Boys' Town also registered their first win with a close 1-0 victory over previously unbeaten Cavalier at the Stadium East field.
Daemion Benjamin was the hero for the Red Brigades, scoring in the 22nd minute as they climbed to eighth on four points.