Portmore Business House football at semi-final stage
Defending champions Portsmouth Primary and archrivals Naggo Head booked their spots in the semi-finals of the INSPORTS Primary Netball League after commanding wins last Wednesday.
Naggo Head trounced Bridgeport 23-3 and Portsmouth clobbered Ascot 21-6. In other games, Belmont Park defeated Greater Portmore 12-6. The other semi-finalists will be known after the playing of a fresh round of matches next week. The semi-finals will be on Friday, December 2, at a venue to be announced.
Football League have postponed the semi-finals which were scheduled for Thursday, November 24, due to the inclement weather.
The semi-finals will now be played next Tuesday, November 29. The matchup will see defending champions Waterford against Naggo Head at 10 a.m. while the feature match at 11:30 a.m. will pit Portsmouth against Bridgeport. Both games will be played at the Portsmouth Primary playing field.
The INSPORTS/Charles Chocolates-sponsored 5-a-side Portmore Business House Football League has reached its semi-final stage.
On December 2, Konnexx will take on Portmore Gas at 7:30 p.m. and Tyre Warehouse tackle Lasco at 8:30 p.m. Both matches will be played at the Sunshine playing field in Naggo Head, Portmore, St Catherine.
In a game Wednesday night, Wisynco outscored Network Plus 4-2. Calberth Coke scored a double while Norman Bailey and Romario Mitchell notched a goal each for the victors. Kirk Edwards and Everton Thomas were on target for Network Plus.
Cumberland scored a 3-2 win over arch-rivals Braeton United in the opening round of the York Pharmacy-sponsored Portmore Division Two Football League last Sunday. In another game, Westchester clipped Caymanas Gardens 2-1.
The league has attracted 10 teams, with the top four advancing to the semi-finals.
Tomorrow’s matches: 1 p.m: Southboro vs Waterford – Racing field. 3 p.m: Racing United vs Edgewater at Ascot High. 3 p.m: Daytona vs Three West.
Waterhouse United remained on top in the Jamaica Domino Council Association’s Premier League after last Sunday’s round of matches.
Waterhouse United dismantled Mechanical Strikers 300-251 and surged to the top on 53 points, four points clear of second-place Caribbean Classic (49 points). Third-place Spit Fyah (46 points) failed to show for a game against International and they lost ground on the lead group.
In other games, fourth-place Right Stuff (42 points) beat Small Axe 300-264; fifth-place Braeton All Stars (41 points) schooled Memory Lane 300257; Bull Bay United outclassed Naggo Head 300-296; Jade Strikers defeated 300 Exceptional 300-282; Vintage Pub cut down Soursop tree 300-282.
Jonathan Carter ... was unbeaten on 43 when rain ended play.