Peak Bottling, Seprod, Jamaica Broilers cop BH 5-a-side titles

October 12, 2016
Marketing Officer for Western Sports, Jakeem English (left) presents the Division Two trophy to Sheldon Sharpe, captain of Seprod Limited after they defeated Creative Building Finishes 2-0.
Nadine Williamson, operations manager of Cable Pro Data Services presents the KO trophy to David Smith, captain of Peak Bottling Company's fFootball team. They defeated Kingston Bookshop 2-0 in a penalty shootout in the final.

Seprod Limited and Jamaica Broilers were crowned Division One and Two champions, respectively, of the 2016 Business House (BH) five-a-side football finals at the National Water Commission playing field, Mona, last Saturday.

In the Cable Pro Data Services-sponsored KO final, Peak Bottling Company defeated Kingston Bookshop 2-0 in a penalty shootout after both teams played to a 0-0 full- and extra-time draw.

Peak Bottling collected $30,000, while Kingston Bookshop received $15,000 for second place. Both the Most Valuable Player and leading goal scorer received $10,500 each and a pair of football boots valued at $12,000 from Cable Pro Data Services.

Seprod blanked Creative Building Finishes 2-0 in the Division Two final. The game went into extra-time after a 0-0 scoreline at full time.

Zantal Giscombe and AndrÈ Allen were the scorers for Seprod.

The Division One final saw KO champions Peak Bottling going for their second Business House title against Jamaica Broilers.

Jamaica Broilers took the lead in the 18th minute when Leighton Matthews scored from a corner. Jevon Angel completed a 2-0 win for Broilers in the 48th minute.

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