Carib Cement win Business House KO title

September 03, 2016
Captain Jabeur Johnson of Carib Cement (centre) receives the Scotiabank Knockout trophy from Jerome Jarrett, Assistant Manager, Personal Banking for Scotia Centre Branch. At left is Kingston and St. Andrew Business House president Wayne Shaw. Contributed
Kingston and St. Andrew Business House Knockout champions, Carib Cement pose with their trophies after defeating ATL 1-0 in the final on Wednesday. Contributed
Appliance Traders Limited coach Jerome Waite (centre) gives instructions to his team at half time. Contributed

Carib Cement were crown winners of the 2016 Scotiabank sponsored, Kingston and St Andrew Business House  knockout Football Competition on Wednesday at Winchester Park, when they clip Appliance Traders Limited (ATL) 1-0. 
The Dwayne Blake-coached Carib Cement were the favourites to defeat their Division two rivals, but they had to work hard for their victory as goalkeeper Quavon Bryan prevented Jabeur Johnson, Alanzo Adlam, and Ranique Muir from scoring.

The Jerome Waite-conditioned ATL got at least six clear chances to score but faulty shooting ensured that the half ended 0-0.

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