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.