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Faulkland stumble again in Western Confed Super League

Thursday, March 22, 2018

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TUCKER, St James — Faulkland FC stumbled for a second-straight game as they seek to tie up a place in the semi-finals of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Conference/Charley's JB Rum Super League as they were held to a 1-1 by Montego Bay Boys Club in their third-round game at Wes p ow Park on Tuesday.

The mid-season champions limped to 31 points, just one away from a place in the semi-finals with two games to go, but it was the end of the road for Montego Bay Boys Club as they will be relegated at the end of the season, one year after playing for the title.

Also on Tuesday, Harmony FC blanked Roaring River FC 4-0 at the Petersfield Community Centre and moved to fourth place on 23 points.

At Wespow Park, Ronaldo McLeish gave Faulkland FC the lead in the 38th minute and took over the goalscoring lead with nine goals.

They had to be satisfied with just a point, however, as Oshane Powell pulled Montego Bay Boys Club level in the 60th minute.

In their previous game Faulkland FC had come from behind to earn a draw against Harmony FC.

At Petersfield, Harmony FC, the visitors, scored twice in each half to drub the relegated Roaring River FC 4-0 and improved their semi-final hopes.

Romaine Lewis scored for the first time since December to give them the lead in the 24th minute, while Lacon Brissett added a second in the 35th minute as they led 2-0 at half-time.

Everette Mullings made it 3-0 in the 80th minute and Fitzroy Shirley added a fourth goal in the 88th minute.

— Paul Reid

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