Racing United FC and Meadforest FC Secure Important Wins
Matchday 2 of the Jamaica National Tier II Football Competition took place on April 29th, with some exciting fixtures and surprising results. Here’s a rundown of what happened in the latest round of matches:
Tru Juice FC, who were sitting pretty at the top of the league after a convincing win on Matchday 1, were held to a stalemate by Browns Town FC. The match ended in a lackluster 0-0 draw, with both teams failing to find the back of the net. It was a disappointing performance from both sides, but the result means that Tru Juice FC maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
Watch the Game Between Tru Juice F.C. vs Browns Town F.C. Courtesy of MG Sports TV.
In contrast, Racing United FC secured an important win over Lime Hall Academy, with a 2-1 score line. This was Racing’s first game of the season, as their Matchday 1 fixture against Downs FC was postponed. The win over Lime Hall Academy puts Racing United FC in a strong position in the league table.
Meanwhile, Portlanders FC and Albion Mountain FC played out a goalless draw, with both teams picking up their first points of the season. Meadforest FC continued their strong start to the season, securing another clean sheet in a 2-0 win over Wadada FC, who are currently sitting at the bottom of the league table.
Baptist Alliance FC suffered their second defeat of the season, as Reno FC picked up their first win with a convincing 3-1 score line. Treasure Beach FC secured a 2-0 win over Downs FC, which sees them sitting in second place behind Meadforest FC on goal difference.
Finally, Falmouth United FC secured their first win of the season, with a 1-0 victory over Hopewell United FC, who are still winless after suffering their second 1-0 defeat of the season.
Overall, Matchday 2 of the National Tier II Football Competition provided some exciting fixtures and interesting results. With the league table starting to take shape, fans across Jamaica will be eagerly anticipating the next round of matches. Stay tuned to allsportsjamaica.com for all the latest updates and news on the Jamaica National Tier II Football Competition.