A late controversial penalty and red card interrupted the Red Stripe Premier League match between Portmore United and Waterhouse at the Spanish Town Prison Oval for several minutes on Wednesday. But when the dust cleared it was Portmore who walked away with all three points, having carved out a 2-1 victory.
Kemar Beckford put Waterhouse in front in the 12th minute but Jovan East continued his good goal scoring form to equalise for Portmore in minute 68. Waterhouse ended the game with 10 players after Dasha Satchwell was ejected late on with Ricardo Morris converting the resulting penalty.
Meanwhile, Boys’ Town's woes continued as west Kingston neighbours Tivoli trounced them 3-0. Elton Thompson in the 7th, Junior McGreggor in the 52nd and Colorado Murray’s 78th minute strike gave Tivoli all the points. Elsewhere, UWI FC and Humble Lion played out a 1-1 draw.
Ryan Miller opened the scoring for UWI in the 48th minute but Cory Hylton in the 51st minute restored parity for Humble Lion.