Portmore United secured the Red Stripe National Premier Football League title for a 7th time, but it came under chaotic circumstances at the National Stadium last night (Mon).
A 1-0 win over Water House through a brilliant 57th minute strike from Ricardo Morris, handed coach Shavar Thomas’ second consecutive premier league crown.
The bitterly contested affair endured a 15 minute stoppage after the 82nd minute, because spectators started pelting missiles onto the field.
The hotly contested affair saw both teams ending with ten players each, after Damian Williams and Rafique Thomas were ejected following a fight between the two oldest players on the field.
It was Portmore United’s second consecutive RSPL title and their seventh hold overall.