Big four in JN Visa/KSAFA Jackie Bell semis

March 28, 2018
Molynes' United's Ramone Rose (left) takes possession of the ball ahead of Tivoli Gardens' Barrington Pryce in the JN Visa/ KSAFA Jackie Bell KO matchup played at the Molynes Playfield yesterday. Tivoli won 1-0.

The JN Visa/Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Jackie Bell knockout heat up with a all premier league semi-finals double-header tonight at the Constant Spring Complex in St Andrew.

In the first game, defending champions, Tivoli Gardens tackle Waterhouse, starting at 6:30 p.m. to be followed by Arnett Gardens against Harbour View, at 8:30 p.m.

Spectators could be treated to some good football from four of the nation's top clubs. The teams will come gunning for places in the final.

Tivoli knocked off Super League teams, Molynes and Rockfort on their way to the last four. Now, they are expected to get a hard fight from Waterhouse.

Both teams have good talent in all areas of the field. And, it could boil down to the team that want it more.

Tivoli who is guided by Omar 'Tiger' Edwards will rely on players such as veteran striker Jermaine 'Teddy' Johnson, captain Romaine Brackenridge, Andre Moulton, Junior McGregor, among others to advance to the final.

Waterhouse will come blazing with captain Nicholi Finlayson, Kemar 'Bushy' Beckford, Shawn Lawes, Ricardo Thomas and Andre McFarlane.

In the feature game, it could also be a close and competitive affair.

The Jerome Waite-coached Arnett will look to captain Oneil 'Bigga' Thompson, Marvin Morgan, Renae Lloyd and goalkeeper Damion Hyatt.

While, Harbour View's key players include captain Nicholas Beckett, Peter-Lee Vassell, Kemar Bennett, Christopher Harvey, Andrew Allen and Hugh Evans.

The winner of each game will advance to the final.

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