Sport

W'House, BT settle for point apiece

Hurbun Williams

Sunday, November 25, 2012    

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WATERHOUSE held Boys' Town to a goal-less draw in a second-round Red Stripe Premier League match at Collie Smith Drive on Thursday.

The point moved Boys' Town into joint second place with Portmore United on 23 points, while Waterhouse moved a place to joint seventh with Montego Bay United (MBU) and Sporting Central on 17.

It was a physical game that did not allow either team to play its best football. Nonetheless, both went close to scoring, with Boys' Town getting the closer look at goal.

It was only the timely interception in the first half by Waterhouse goalkeeper Richard McCallum, who made a desperate dive behind him to scramble the ball from entering the net that saved the day.

Boys' Town — Kirk Porter, Hugh Evans, Carlos Wright, Nicholas McMorris, Xavian Virgo, Daemon Benjamin, Marvin Stewart (Fabian Francis 73rd), Garfield Gillespie, Someo Parkes. Shane Edwards (Khalil Johnson 57th), Rafiek Thomas (Anthony Bennett 85th)

Subs not used: L Goffe, A Samuels, O Thompson, R Dennis

Booked: Evans 16th, Benjamin 30th,

Waterhouse — Richard McCallum, Rohan Amos, Nicholy Finlayson, Jahmeel Thompson, Hughan Gray, Hugh Howell, Weston Forrest, Jason Watson (Morice Ricketts 65th), Troy Reid (Peter Keyes 56th), Jermaine Anderson, Andre Clennon (Javannie Mitchell 80th)

Subs not used: R Barnes, T Brown, D Powell, G McIntosh

Booked: Forrest 19th, Anderson 79th, Ricketts 90+

Referee: Kevin Morrison

Assistants: Garnet Page, Damion Williams

Fourth Official: Uken Campbell

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