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Shots on target - Scenes from the RSPL final between Portmore United and Waterhouse FC
April 24, 2018
'The Fyah Man' Capleton gets the crowd going ahead of kick-off at the National Stadium.
Portmore defender Osani Ricketts (left) gets a foot in on Waterhouse forward Kemar Beckford (centre), while goalkeeper Kemar Foster prepares himself for a possible shot.
Portmore United captain Ewan Grandison (left) keeps close guard as Cardel Benbow tries to carry the ball into the final third.
Damano Solomon (left) tries his best not to foul Waterhouse player Andre McFarlane (centre).
Ewan Grandison takes one off the line to save the blushes of Portmore United.
Waterhouse fans making their voices heard in the bleachers at the National Stadium.
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