The Star (Jamaica)
Waterhouse peaking at right time –
Waterhouse head coach Marcel Gayle says his team’s game is coming together at the right time of the Jamaica Premier League season.
Waterhouse defeated Molynes United 1-0 on Keithy Simpson’s ninth-minute penalty to move back within two points of leaders Dunbeholden yesterday with six rounds to go.
Gayle is pleased with how his team closed out the match.
“We started brightly and that is the start we are looking for all season,” he said. “We had a wonderful game and with a little more luck in front of the goal, we could have had more goals.
“So kudos to the guys. I think they played well and managed the game very well, and closing the gap to two points is very important at this stage. We just want to stay healthy and stay as close as possible.”
Waterhouse got off to a blistering start and just nine minutes into the game, they were awarded penalty when an attacker was fouled in the area.
Simpson fired home the spot kick to give them the lead.