Waterhouse make it three for three in JPL
Waterhouse Striker Javane Bryan (centre) celebrates one of his three goals in the team’s 4-1 win over Vere United. (Photo via JPL Instagram)

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Waterhouse picked up their third win in as many games in the Wray and Nephew Jamaica Premier League after a 4-1 win over Vere United at Stadium East on Monday.

Javane Bryan was ruthless for the Drewsland-based club as he netted a hat trick. He struck in the 8th, 24th and 60th minutes respectively.

Substitute Jaheim Dorman scored the fourth in the final minute of the second half.

Vere found a consolation in minute 85 through a penalty from captain Javier Brown.

The win pushes Waterhouse to 10 points while Vere stays on 5 points after suffering their first defeat of the season.

The league continues on Wednesday with 5 matches, including an early top-of-the-table clash with Tivoli Gardens and defending champions Mount Pleasant Academy.

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