Dunbeholden aiming at mid-table
AFTER MAKING the bottom of the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) their own for most of the season, Dunbeholden FC are getting a taste of life off it, and they are loving it.
So good is the feeling above the league basement that the St Catherine-based team is looking to go higher. The club, nestled in the Royal Lakes community of St Catherine, owe their new position to a handsome 3-0 midweek win over Reno FC. This result, according to club president Donovan Witter, has given them the boost they need ahead of today’s tough home game against former champions Tivoli
“It is a good feeling to be not at the extreme bottom, and it gives us some hope to passing the next team that is above us,” the optimistic Witter told The Sunday Gleaner yesterday.
“Based on the whole momentum from Wednesday’s game and the injection of some players, two of whom played on Wednesday, we are expected to add another three points and move further up the table. That is our objective, and I think the players are realising how serious we are about this,” Witter added.
Among the players brought in by Dunbeholden FC are Nico Williams and Mario Phillips, who spent some time in Canada. They are
Coach Michael Cohen of Dunbeholden.