On a day when this game was rescheduled because of the game in Cayman shifted to Thursday an attacking combination lead by new recruits Jomo Gordon and Nicholas McCreath in the absence of Fabian Taylor (off with the Reggae Boyz in Japan) and Dino Williams with a groin injury sprung to action lead by the unlikely captain Damion Stewart scoring after a melee after thirteen minutes.
Goalkeeper Leeroy Grey was called on to save a penalty then a quick-fire response from Jomo Gordon eluding three defenders to slot home on minute twenty , 2-0.
The second half was at a frenetic pace as Waterhouse stormed back in the 49th minute with a well taken header at the far post by the little dynamo Damion Williams which triggered a reply from Daniel Shaw five minutes later. The 21 yards left-sided Freekick dipped under the bar in another classy strike from the pint-sized midfielder.
It spurred the game into another level as the fighting “Firehouse Crew” struck again in minute 59 through Curtis Carter only to succumb to the pressure of a left-sided movement that substitute Christopher Jackson shot home courtesy of a Defender four minutes after.
The exchanges thereafter yielded no more goals as the hosts won convincingly by 4-2 thus moving into second place overall temperarily with 13 points behind Hazard on 15.
PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS – SUNDAY OCTOBER 13TH, 2002:
Harbour View 4 Waterhouse 2
Reno 2 Seba 1
Arnett versus Wadadah to be played Monday.
Hazard 3 Rivoli 2
Tivoli 1 Village 1
Constant Spring 2 Bull Bay 0
The next round of games takes place on Sunday October 20th with HARBOUR VIEW travelling to Trelawny to play against Village United.