Led by two goals each from Jermaine Hue and Dino Williams in addition to strikes by Jomo Gordon, Craig Stewart, Ali Rose, Nicholas McCreath and Leon Gordon pushed Harbour View to the top of the League Standings with 23 points the same as Arnett Gardens but with a superior goal difference of 17 (27 goals for, 10 goals against) by contrast to Arnett with a goal difference of 11 (20 goals for, 9 goals against).
It was one-way traffic all afternoon at the Compound after the early exchanges when the visitors attacked twice ending dangerously close to scoring but they would have to wait until the 80th minute after the hosts had scored six goals.
Then the goalscoring machine was cranked up once more in the last five minutes to score another three goals in remarkable fashion –
87th minute – Nicholas McCreath struck from a dribble between two defenders from the top of the box, slidding wide of the keeper.
89th minute – Dino Williams blasts a torrid right-footer from the 17 yard mark.
91st minute – Reserve goalkeeper come centre-forward Leon Gordon would not be denied his day in the sun, so when Ali Roses’ drive was parried by the keeper he dived in foot first to register his first Premier League goal as a outfield player.
Smiles all around were to be seen by the Harbour View supporters as they all look forward to the penultimate game on Sunday against Arnett Gardens away.
PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS – WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6TH, 2002:
RIVOLI 2 RENO 0
WATERHOUSE 2 CONSTANT SPRING 2
HAZARD UNITED 1 VILLAGE UNITED 0
SEBA UNITED 2 ARNETT GARDENS 0
Tomorrow BULL BAY plays TIVOLI GARDENS at the Compound.