Striker Jomo Gordon notches his first as a substitute.

He toiled feverishly without reward last Sunday against Seba United at the Compound and left the field a bit dejected after not being able to join his four teammates on the score sheet. Not to be outdone he watched the game replay on television seeking answers to his many probing questions ever searching the deepest recesses of his goalscorers mind to come up with the right stuff.

As if like magic, his determination to follow his lead strikers’ shot goalwards resulted in an easy tap in after 76 minutes. The uneven surface forced a competent goalkeeper in Shaun Sawyers to fumble a difficult drive from Fabian Taylor who had shaken off a rough tackle from his marker just outside the box to the right, he turned inside firing on the run with his lethal left foot into the neck of the custodian who had been clean all afternoon on a bumpy pitch.

Coach Lennie Hyde must feel hard done as both teams gave of their best physically under demanding conditions of the scorching sun. An uneven hard surface, a fierce pace for ninety minutes left international players on both sides obviously spent forces.

A tactical chess-game boggled the mind of spectators with see-saw defence, possession, attacks and counter-attacks blocked by good goalkeepers who displayed excellent positioning punctuated with fine ball-handling against the league leading finishers who between them racked up some 62 goals all toll last season. Reon Nelson record breaking 31, accompanied by the active partner in Andrew Morrison plus new acquisition and former record holder Oniel ‘Chippy’ McDonald (26) could not dent the powerful defence of Captain Damion ‘Stewpeas’ Stewart, Clifton Waugh, sweeper young National Under 23 representative Christopher ‘Jamel’ Harvey, 19 year old Lovell Palmer and the focussed Robert Scarlett with the experienced William ‘Gary’ Richards returning from injury for his first game of the season.

It could be easily mistaken for a caribbean international as stars of the islands glistened with Grenadian Anthony Modeste pulling the strings from deep midfield while wearing the Captains’ armband with the authority while Jermaine Hue flickered on and off in spurts as Tactician Donovan Hayles new 3-5-2 formation though offbeat with the absence of 19 year old Conrad Hunt stuck to its guns as they worked hard to wrestle the game away from the reigning Premier League Champions finally deliver the deadly blow in the last quarter inflicting on them the first defeat on the year.

Rivoli United remains the only undefeated team in the competition after playing to a 2-2 draw away to Invaders in Trelawny.

In the Under 21 game Champions Portmore United won by 1-0.

THE LEAGUE BREAKS FOR INTERNATIONAL GAMES AGAINST WORLD CHAMPIONS BRASIL NEXT SUNDAY OCTOBER 12th IN LONDON PLUS OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS AGAINST CUBA IN JAMAICA, THE FIRST GAME IN CUBA ENDED 1-1.
HARBOUR VIEW PLAYS ARNETT GARDENS AT HARBOUR VIEW ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15th.

HARBOUR VIEW SLAMS SEBA 4-1, AS FOUR NEW SCORERS EXCEL!

hvfc_web4aLeading goalscorer of the League Fabian Taylor aims to rocket his left-footer goalwards but is hotly persued by Seba defenders

After the chess game ground to a halt at the end of the first half both coaches Donovan Hayles and his former neighbour Donald ‘Billy’ Perkins in assistance to Everton Tomlinson would have felt unsure if the glass was half empty or was it half full?

The scoreline remained undisturbed but clearly both benches were.

Fabian Taylor is hit badly in his spine and returns for only 6 minutes, he goes to the hospital for precuasionary checks..

Enter the second half and the good sized crowd grew in expectancy as Special Guests were introduced ranging from ‘The Doctor’ Beenie Man, world youth sprint sensation Usian Bolt in the company of his friend and ace quarter miler Jermaine Gonzales, Former Champion Player/ coach Trevor ‘ Jumpy’ Harris, Music Producer/manager Donovan Germaine was all smiles as they enjoyed the halftime entertainment provided by the 17 highly motivated “Harbour View Cheerleaders”

As the dancers exited the field of play the stage was set for the real professionals to appear, be it in the Gold and Blue of the ‘View’ or the Red and Green of Montego Bays’ finest ‘Seba’.

The first shot sizzled wide goalwards, so Seba pushed across the halfline, Harbour View strung passes at the back and tried twice to release Robert Scarlett on the left.

The second worked, when Jermaine Hue found him free about the eighteen yard box and yes leftsided. No need for explainations as he waltzed towards the penalty spot the goalkeeper at his mercy he drove his pile driver into the right far side netting, smiled gleefully, then sprinted even faster down the touchline to celebrate his first goal this season and in so doing triggering of the same spark that would soon ignite into a flame for three other teammates to burn.

Minute 62 – The excessive running off the ball last Wednesday by 18 year old Luton Shelton was rewarded by a call-up to the National Olympic (Under 23 years) a day later by National Coaches Carl Brown and Peter Cargill who were in attendance. Today he waited just over a hour to out sprint a militant Seba backfour then blast by custodian Alric Henry from 21 yards to celebrate his first goal ever at the senior Club level.

Minute 73 – Daniel Shaw will not be outdone so he rifles in a torrid right footer into the net from 22 yards as the keeper is unsighted by a maze of defenders the tiny number 16 raises his hands in triumph as teammates rush to acknowledge his latest conquest.

Minute 79 – Dino Williams has entered the field immediately after the third goal and so convinced is he that his coach had sent him to make it four, he does just that when a combination between his strike partner Jomo Gordon fines him under pressure from a defender and the unrushing goalkeeper leaves him free from a good first touch, then a more determined drag away from the keeper and nestled against the net, 4-0.

But Seba always fights to the bitter end and so they did gallantly to pressure the defence into an error with resulted in a foul being called on minute 83, Jermaine Anderson steps forward to oblige with a really well taken penalty. A light drizzle blessed the surrounding as bright smiles appeared everywhere but greatest on coach Donovan Hayles , whose young oriented squad marches from the field victorious as they takeover the lead in the Premier League on 9 points, same as Constant Spring (1-0 over Star Cosmos ) but with a better goal difference of +5 to ‘Springs’ +2.

Portmore United formerly Hazard United (1-1 with Rivoli ) are third on 8 points, Arnett Gardens (1-0 over Tivoli ) 7 points fourth. Rivoli remains undefeated on 6 points.

HARBOUR VIEW FEMALES DEFEATS CAYMAN ISLANDS NATIONAL SQUAD BY 1 – 0, IN TWO GAME TOUR OF CAYMAN

female2001aThe second game ending in a draw after some missed chances by our girls on Sunday night that could not blemish the historic victory on Saturday night at the Truman Bodden Stadium before a fair sized crowd. A defenders goal at minute 68 was enough to make all the difference in the world as the 17 girls return on Monday morning, lead by Coach/Manager Vin Blaine.

Well done girls, keep it up!

NEXT SUNDAY OCTOBER 5th, HARBOUR TRAVELS TO PORTMORE UNITED FOR ANOTHER TOP OF THE TABLE CLASH WITH ANOTHER PREVIOUSLY UNDEFEATED TEAM

Another Fabian Taylor double strike was more than enough to extinguish the fire in the belly of Waterhouse as Harbour View scored the largest win by 2 goals to nil in the third round of the Wray and Nephew Premier League earlier today at Emmett Park, St. George’s College. The temperary home ground of Waterhouse as they put on the finishing touches at their newly built 5,000 capacity stadium at Drewsland is slated to be opened on Sunday October 5th, 2003.

On a day when four of the six scheduled games ended in draws, only Constant Springs’ one nil victory over Tivoli was the other three pointer as Harbour View eased into joint second position but with a superior goal average having scored four goals for and conceeded two, a goal difference of +2 as against Constant Spring with two goals for and one against, a goal difference of +1.
A disorganised looking Harbour View team at the beginning of the game, Waterhouse failed to capitalise on the many mix ups in defence and midfield as the teamwork was at sixes and sevens and were very fortunate the only ball in the back of the net was ruled offside by the alert officials. Gradually the coordination showed glimpses of happening. Late in the half one of the few counter attacking ploys was executed when Conrad Hunts’ pass found the very busy Luton Shelton who relayed to Jermaine Hue with his back to goal he pivoted, then slipped it wide to his right for Fabian who had lost his marker and drove it home from ten yards into the far post just ahead of the break.

Waterhouse seemed to be running out of attacking ideas as the game proceeded.
The second half saw a re-organised structure for Harbour View as Damion Stewart returned to his customary defensive role and the understanding of the teamwork seemed to click instantly as the waterhouse unit were stunned by an array of fast moving ball artistry that at times left the Live Televised audience in a dase as even the waterhouse supporters looked in awe as the ‘View’ came to life. Fabian Taylor latched on to the end of a Daniel Shaw counter square after catching Jermaine Hue’s left sided square at the back post to put the game out of reach. Another strike on goal was ruled offside but the excellent saves by both goalkeepers Leeroy Gray and Locksley Reid denied any further modifications to the scoreline.
There are no Under 21 game on Wednesdays only on Sundays.

This Sunday September 28th HARBOUR VIEW takes on SEBA UNITED at the Harbour View Stadium at 3:30pm following the Under 21 game at 1:00pm.

Harbour View Under 21 outclasses Invaders by 4 goals to nil.
Two goals by Kemar Petrekin and one each from Michley Wual and Jermaine Rowe were too much for the young Invaders as the KSAFA Under 20 Champions now reassembled found their groove and waltzed away convincing victors.


Since the days when the eager citizens of Harbour View grouped together at the Harbour View Primary School halls to meet and greet each other all around The love of football mostly then at the Minor League Under 16 years level before taking the conscious decision to enter the Major League in September 1974 after electing officers in the newly formed Harbour View Football Club previously named after the community only – Harbour View.

The View bounces back to winning wayswith a 2-1 victory over Invaders F.C.

International Reggae Boy Fabian Taylor opened his goal scoring account today with a double impact to lead title challengers Harbour View F.C. to their first win of the season over new entrant Invaders of Trelawny at the Elleston Wakeland Centre before a fair- sized crowd. The welcoming home for Clifton Waugh, Jermaine Hue and Leon Gordon was almost cancelled out by injuries to Robert Scarlett and William Richards suffered in training on Thursday , adding to Damion Stewart’s broken nose exactly a week before.

An intricate build up was delayed by a timely tackle that was diverted to Sean Fraser on the left and his one time pass was sweetly controlled by Taylor as he rounded a defender and the goalkeeper before composing himself and slotting home past the last defender on the line in minute twenty one.

Invaders struck back nine minutes later when the experienced Winston Anglin‘s quickly taken freekick at the top of the area found the unmarked Greg Taylor who scored from eight yards. As a fighting new unit of young and senior players, Harbour View summoned up just enough courage and class to steal a last minute (93rd) victory when their last gasp attack was converted by Fabian who celebrated the ball played to him by slamming home from close in.

ON WEDNESDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER – Harbour View travels to Waterhouse at 3:30pm in a Live Televised Game. There will be no
Under 21 games.
Harbour View Under 21 outclasses Invaders by 4 goals to nil.
Two goals by Kemar Petrekin and one each from Michley Wual and Jermaine Rowe were too much for the young Invaders as the KSAFA Under 20 Champions now reassembled found their groove and waltzed away convincing victors.

Harbour View reigns as U20 Champions!

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Once again coach Ludlow Bernard charges indicates they can step up to a higher level as the dominant U17 unit flexed their muscles at the KSAFA U20 competition for the third time as Champions following successes in 1998 and 1999 by defeating Waterhouse 2-1 at the Harbour View Stadium recently

Harbour View Triumphs as U13 Champs!

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Saeed Robinson and Romario Campbell scored to lift the title of U13 Champions over KSAFA opponents Tivoli Gardens at the Barbican playfield. An enviable
record of 45 goals for and only one against in the semifinal against defending champions
Meadhaven, lead by Romario ‘Rum Rum’ Campbell with 14 goals and Paul Cunningham
with seven (7). The ecstatic players,parents, fans and the club congratulates coach Sydney
McFarlane on attaining his first trophy as a Harbour View coach who has graduated from
being a former midfield player.

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

Damani Ralph Shatters
MLS Rookie goalscorers Record…
With ten goals to his credit so far this year and another possible eleven
games to complete the roster, a new record has been posted by the Chicago Fire Rookie, erasing the 8 goal mark.

Special Reduced Prices of $200
Down from $300 only for
Harbour View Residents..
Lower prices will be available to Harbour View
Residents on Saturday afternoons up to 8pm at
our CashPot Window, remember Seniors over 55 years-FREE
and Children Under 12 years $100!

Robert Scarlett returns from Israels’ Maccabi Tel Aviv

After a day and a half of travelling Robert arrived in Israel to start a 7 day trial at the
30,000 supporter club. He trained daily and played well in two games winning the first
by 4-0 and the second an official Toto Cup tie ended in a 1-1 scoreline. He awaits the
clubs’ final decision.

Makes us the Champion of the BEST CHAMPIONS Ever in Jamaica’s football History.

Oh CHAMPIONS Again, what a feeling.

The two players that are constantly hounded at the National level for extraordinary performances only while others cruise, turned up the throttle yesterday to prove their worth to all detractors, fans and Harbour View die-hards celebrated with unbridled ecstacy.

Midfield maestro Jermaine Hue scored the pile driving winning goal after 20 minutes from the left side of the box that blasted the palm of custodian Shawn Sawyers out of the way on its way into the back of the net.

Then back in form brave-heart Leon Gordon was a man possessed with a mission to achieve Championship honours as he blocked, clutched and  frustrated every effort thrown at him for the last hour of the game.

The game was played at a hectic pace as Harbour View dominated the first half while Hazard came storming back in the second in search of the now elusive equaliser.

At the end Jamaica National Building Society Representative Mr Emile Spence  presented the Trophy to Captain Damion Stewart and he hoisted it all with the joyous group of teamates as they danced to rocking reggae rhythms.

The Most Valuable Player Trophy and a cash prize was presented to goalkeeper Leon Gordon.

Congratulations to coach Donavan Hayles, Manager Vin Blaine and all the Technical Staff and Players for their outstanding work  and of course all our diehard Supporters who never gave up and “Refused to Lose”

“COME ON THE VIEW”

The Boys in Gold and Blue.

THE PREMIER LEAGUE SEASON ENDED

WITH HARBOUR VIEW FINISHING SECOND OVERALL ON 65 POINTS TO HAZARD AS THE LEADER, ARNETT GARDENS THIRD AND VILLAGE UNITED FOURTH.

In the semifinals playoff Harbour View lost to Arnett Gardens at the Tony Spaulding Complex who in turn lost in the Finals to Champions Hazard United.

CONGRATULATIONS  to HAZARD UNITED for their consistent good performance –

Harbour View finished fourth overall because Arnett Gardens lost in the Finals.

We Thank everyone for there support over the season and look forward to another good season next time beginning on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14th, 2003.  

Former Harbour View Football Club and Reggae Boy Altimont “Freddie” Butler coached New Jersey Dynamo Reds Under 18 years Team – TOURS JAMAICA for the First time
June 18th to 22nd, 2003 staying at the Compound Hostel

A SUMMARY OF THE TOUR :

Wednesday June 18th:
Arrived at 1:00pm Continental Airways at Norman Manley Airport
Travel to Compound – Settle in Rooms, Eat Lunch, Rest, Train at 6pm, Dinner at 8pm.

Thursday June 19th (Election Day)
Breakfast 6am – Depart at 7am for Tour to Dunns River Falls
Match versus Harbour View FC at Compound at 7pm (HVFC 1, NJDR 0)
Dinner at 9pm

Friday June 20th
Breakfast 7pm -10am Tour of Kingston
including Bob Marley Museum, Statue, Stadium, Arena, Emancipation Park,
One other player arrive at airport, Lunch at 2pm
A very exhausted team plays – Match versus Arnett Gardens at 6pm (Arnett 5, NJRD 0)
Dinner at 9pm

Saturday June 21st
Breakfast at 7pm
1pm : 4 Team Tournament at Compound – H/View,NJ Reds,Constant Spring,Boys Town
Round Robin 40 minute games of 20 minutes each half – Top two into finals.
A rested and rejuvenated team plays much better to score big – NJ Dynamo Reds and Harbour View shares the trophy as both teams are tops overall.
Dinner at 9pm

Sunday June 22nd
Breakfast at 7am
Tour of Port Royal and Lime Cay
Lunch at 11am
Depart for Airport 12:30pm

Coming from a goal or two down seems to what gets the goalscoring machinery firing. Once again infront of our home crowd the end of first round finalist having to prove their worth as the new breed ‘Refuse to loose’ attitude came to the fore alongside the dangerous habit of conceeding the first goal to the opponents.

The ever present Denton Vidal was fortunately placed inside the box to pounce on a spilt ball that oozed from the grasp of goalkeeper Leeroy Gray in reaction to Theodore Whitmore’s under pressure flicked attempt on goal in minute 52.

The midfield concert was entertaining as it was breath-taking as both teams traded combination passes to and fro. The Home team clicked earliest and should have scored on at least three occassions inside the box but had efforts by Jomo Gordon, Fabian Taylor and Marvin Morgan blocked on the line by the keeper and defenders in addition to Jermaine Hue’s 20 yard curler bouncing back into play after crashing of the bar

Whitmore then replied with his band of merrymen in deliberate buildups that lacked genuine strike force to climax to a crescendo.

The three substitutes McCreath,Sean Fraser and Khareem Cooke all raised the tempo of the game and McCreath duly obliged in minute 88 having come on in minute 66, then a minute later appeared again to beat the defence and fire goalwards only to see goalkeeper Alrick Henry block inside the near post.

The game ended 1-1.

OTHER PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS:

PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS – SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24TH, 2002:
Arnett Gardens 3 Rivoli 1
Waterhouse 1 Wadadah 0

Reno 1 Village 1

Constant Spring vs. Tivoli was rained out, to be resheduled.

Bull Bay vs. Hazard was rescheduled to Thursday December 5th.

In the battle for early supremacy at the Tony Spaulding Complex both top of the table contenders produced another high quality epic encounter that gripped the large stadium audience as well as islandwide television viewers and radio listeners for more than 90 minutes, in sudden death extra-time the lethal right foot of Kevin Wilson was enough to bring the orchestrated schemes of both teams to a climax. Arnett were crowned champions.

The 96th minute cracker was a treat for all football enthusiast near and far from the venue as the weeklong hype lived up to its billing and in many areas surpassed it. Three stunning goals punctuated the tense feeling permeating the newly beautified stadium a fitting arena for the Leagues leading gladiators to showcase their talent.

Raw talent abounded from the first minute as players went in search of ‘ first blood’ by trying to establish midfield dominance that created dribbles, passes, one-two combinations, infringements with resulting heart stopping freekicks when the rivals failed, testing long range right and left footed screamers were driven with wicked intentions goalwards as the two former national custodians displayed their acrobatic manouevers to the delight of the fans.

2000 MVP Fabian Davis broke the deadlock after 19 minutes when he converted another 20 yard curling Classic to evade the diving Leeroy Gray inside his near post to lead 1-0. The cry of ‘Arnett,Arnett’ rang out as the Red and Black brigade charged forward through Kwame Richardson, Walter Boyd, Kevin Wilson, Jonathan Williams and Cornel Chinsue initially and the counter-attacking ball possesssion through young Sean Fraser, Jermaine Hue, Jomo Gordon, Marvin Morgan and the diminutive Daniel Shaw who was to produce a beauty of a goal in the 41st minute when his one-two with Fraser let fly a extraordinary blast from 34 yards under pressure to rocket against the far upright hit the back of the diving keeper and lodge in the net to the defeaning silence around the ground disturbed only by jubilant Harbour View Supporters who had travelled to the West Kingston venue.

The score justifiably remained at 1-1 at Halftime.

The second half was as intense as the first as a double substitution at the break of forwards Jomo Gordon and Dino Williams for Nicholas McCreath and Fabian Taylor launched more attacks against the increased presence in the other penalty box of Kevin Wilson and Walter Boyd, still no goals came but immense tension kept fans riveted at the edge of their seats punctuated by bits of individuals flair,long dribbles and defensive interceptions made the drama buildup even more intreging. It was not over after 90 minutes as the avid football connoisseur was heard to plea for extra-time as they yearned for more of the beautiful game.

Their wish was granted for six more pulsating minutes, then the Man of the moment Kevin ‘Pele’ Wilson claimed his territory with a remarkable strike to bring the curtains down of the first round as the new sponsors presented their novel new look trophy to Arnett Gardens.

Congratulations Arnett, extremely well done Harbour View – Football won handsomely today, give us more please.

‘The View’ refuses to loose at Arnett in comeback 2-2 draw.
Harbour View marched into the end of first round Finals next Sunday at a venue to be announced when we played to an exciting 2-2 draw away at Arnett Gardens yesterday

to set up a repeat game between both teams a week later.

All three teams Harbour View ,Arnett and Hazard will end the round on 24 points each, the superior goal difference of Harbour View (17) followed by Arnett (11) then Hazard (10) means Hazard once again has failed by the narrowest of margins to qualify for another end of round finals, three in the last three years following their 3-0 victory over Seba United yesterday at the Ferdie Neita Complex

The first strike on goal by Jomo Gordon rocketed of the crossbar and he would score for Harbour View on minute 39 to level the score as Cornel Chinsue had fired Arnett into the lead 10 minutes earlier.

Two second half strikes by former league MVP’s firstly Arnett’s Fabian Davis from the penalty spot in the 67th minute then the magnificent goalscoring form of midfielder Jermaine Hue scored another freekick from 30 yards out in minute 80 to make it his fourth goal in three games over the last seven days.

In the opening game both Under 21 teams played to a one all scoreline.

PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS – SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER, 2002:
H/VIEW 2 ARNETT 2
HAZARD 3 SEBA 0

TIVOLI 3 RIVOLI 1

BULL BAY 1 WATERHOUSE 0

RENO 1 WADADAH 1

CONSTANT SPRING 0 VILLAGE 0

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.

HIGH DRAMA UNFOLDED AT TIVOLI AS THE SPIRIT OF HARBOUR VIEW WAS REKINDLED IN THE MATCH OF THE DAY.
An intense battle ensued at the beginning of the game as both teams surged forward with the aim of getting the opening goal. The honour went convincingly to Tivoli as the smooth striker Roland Dean sneaked in between defenders to score at the near post.

One became two soon after, when the bustling Christopher Nicholas slipped behind defenders to drive home a 13 yard pile-driver past Leeroy Gray, establishing a strong 2 – 0 advantage after 30 minutes.

Jomo Gordons’ header against the post in addition to other efforts by the Harbour View attacking force, failed to dent the deficit.

The second half saw a brand new spirit of attack-until-you-die style football from “The View” as Coach Donovan Hayles delivered a rousing motivational speech that energized the soldiers into battle. The war of attacking football that was to unfold was a display rarely seen in local football history, memories of the epic battles of the 1970’s and the best of the 1980’s against Boys Town came flooding back as Harbour View scintillating style of one touch topped of with magnificent finishing at pace, was how the team overcame the challenge of coming from two goals down.

Substitutes Christopher Jackson, Nicholas McCreath and Dino Williams all contributed heavily in securing victory as Daniel Shaw finished off a McCreath square, then McCreath finished accurately from a Jackson grounder. Jermaine Hues’ magnificent Free kick left goalkeeper Edsel Scott injured and the Tivolites heart-broken as he scored the third but the coup de grace was left to the death in the 90th minute for new recruit to control Dino Williams’ pass from the right to fire home from 27 yards out over the stunned goalkeeper for an historic win.

Tumultuous applause rang out at Tivoli by the jubilant Harbour View supporters as praised was heaped on all the players who hugged each other and great comfort in victory to Daniel Shaw and coach Donovan Hayles both of whom were sent off the field earlier.

All Harbour View supporters congratulates the team and wishes the spirit shown on Sunday grows from strength to strength as the team progresses, well done Harbour View –

“The Spirit lives on”.

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