Waterhouse FC’s survival in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) could hinge on the result of today’s match against Tivoli Gardens FC at Waterhouse Stadium, starting at 6 p.m.Having struggled in the nation’s top flight league for more than two-thirds of the preliminary stage this season, Waterhouse face a crucial encounter in Match Day 25. With nine sets of games remaining before the top four battle for the title, Waterhouse are in last place on 21 points in the 12-team league.Waterhouse’s top forward, 23 year-old Kenroy Howell, is confident that the club will survive.”Well, every game is like a final for us. We are aware of the situation and the goal is to stay in the league and take it from there next season. We are not used to this, but we will stay up,” Howell said.easy taskThe Drewsland club is a point behind Rivoli (22) and five points behind 10th-place Tivoli Gardens (26) as the relegation battle gets intense.It means that today’s game is a must-win for Waterhouse in order to move up the points standings. Although playing at home, it won’t be an easy task for the home side.Since the return of Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey as technical director/coach, Tivoli Gardens have been unbeaten in their last three games, with two wins and a draw. On the other hand, Waterhouse have only one win in their past five games.Waterhouse, under the guidance of coach Paul Young, will rely on their leading marksman Kenroy Howell, with eight goals, as well as veterans such as Kevin Lamey, Devon Hodges, and Nicholy Finlayson for a victory at home.Tivoli Gardens’ leading scorer is Junior Flemmings on nine goals, and he is expected to get support from former Reggae Boy Jermaine ‘Teddy’ Anderson and captain Andre Morgan.In the other games, RSPL leaders Montego Bay United hope to maintain their good form against Boys’ Town at the Barbican field.Portmore, coming off three straight defeats, could get back to winning ways against the lowly Rivoli United. Humble Lion face UWI FC in another interesting clash. Humble Lion are currently in fourth position on 35 points, while new boys UWI FC are only two points off the Clarendon outfit.Defending champions Arnett Gardens are expected to get the better of Reno at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.Today’s games• 3 p.m: Boys’ Town vs Montego Bay United at Barbican Complex• 3 p.m: Rivoli United vs Portmore United at Prison Oval• 5 p.m: Humble Lion vs UWI FC at Effortville Community Centre in Clarendon• 6 p.m: Arnett Gardens vs FC Reno at the Anthony Spaulding Complex• 6 p.m: Waterhouse vs Tivoli Gardens at Waterhouse StadiumTomorrow night’s game 8:40 p.m: Harbour View vs Cavalier SC at Harbour View Stadium
Jamaican Michael Gardener, representing the Caribbean team in the Wray and Nephew Contender 2016 Series, makes his debut as a professional boxer tonight. Gardener will face USA boxer José Guzman, over five rounds in the fifth week of competition at the Chinese Benevolent Association auditorium. Fight time is 9.30 p.m. and the contest will be broadcast live on Television Jamaica. Last week the series heated up considerably when Guyanese boxer Revlon Lake fought a bruising battle against Anthony Woods from The Bahamas to take a majority decision, and tonight’s fight promises to be in the same vein. The 22 year-old Gardener is faced with a huge task, in this his debut, but he and his camp have stated that they are very confident of victory, despite the fact that Guzman, who is 27, is a seasoned professional with 20 fights on his rÈsumÈ. It is not an impressive one, as he has won six, lost 13, and had one draw, but the fact is that he has been a professional since 2006. He last fought on March 5, losing to John Hernandez in New York over six rounds. Gardener has been one of Jamaica’s best amateur boxers and has been a champion in both the welterweight and middleweight divisions. He has represented Jamaica in overseas competitions several times and is known to be a hard-hitting boxer. His major fault as an amateur was that being primarily a counter-puncher, he had the tendency to react and fight back rather than lead and be aggressive. As a result, he was usually coming from behind, and in a three-round fight, he therefore, found himself in trouble on several occasions. Over five rounds, he has some more time, but he still cannot afford to lose the early rounds as catching up would be difficult. The tactics that he uses tonight will be very important if he is to make a successful debut. He has good punching power, but his opponent, who was born in Puerto Rico and who has been living in the Bronx, New York, for some time, is quite likely to be very aggressive, so the ingredients are there for an exciting contest. The winner tonight moves into the quarter-final, and will be one step closer to the Contender 2016 title and first prize of $2million. The runner-up takes home $500,000, third place $250,000 and fourth place $200,000. In the next stage of the competition, the boxers will still challenge each other over five rounds, but the semi-finals will be over seven rounds, and the final in July will be a 10-round contest.
In Toronto, the “most wonderful time of the year” means utter chaos at the Eaton Centre and exceptionably long lines for mulled wine at the Distillery Christmas Market. But there’s plenty of festive cheer to be had, too. Here’s how some of Toronto’s notables are getting into the holiday spirit.Drake dressed like Don Corleone with an entourage of nutcrackers:Jessica Mulroney had a driveway campfire: Advertisement Advertisement The Schitt’s Creek cast got glitzed up:Actor Kiefer Sutherland picked out an unconventional tree-topper:Celebrity chef Matty Matheson made a festive guest appearance on This Hour has 22 Minutes:Canadian model Winnie Harlow is staying warm with hot chocolate:Canadian singer Tanya Tagaq decked her halls:Photographer Caitlin Cronenberg re-watched Macaulay Culkin outsmart Christmas thieves:NKPR president Natasha Koifman has one of the best Christmas trees on the ‘gram:Real House Wives of Toronto’s Grego Minot braved the lines at the Distillery District with her husband, Pierre Minot:And so did Hailey Bieber:TV host Sangita Patel put up her towering tree:The Beckerman twins got festive and hit up Soho House:Burstyn Inc. co-founder Amy Burstyn Fritz skipped the mall and took her family to see Santa at King West’s Serpentine Pavilion:Pomp & Circumstance co-founder Amanda Alvaro hosted her annual holiday baking party. Guests, including TV personality Tanya Kim, The Social’s Erica Wark, and MP Mary Ng, decorated 240 cookies to send to Covenant House Toronto.Jeanne Beker celebrated Hanukkah with an intricate menorah:The Social’s Host Melissa Grelo opted for an early celebration with her family:Real Housewife Joan Kelley Walker didn’t skimp out on the Christmas trees. (Why have one when you can have eight?):ET Canada’s Shayne Stevens got cozy with Toronto’s Fashion Santa:Michele Romanow got glam for a holiday special of CBC’s Dragons’ Den.eTalk Host Chloe Wilde put the final touches on her sparkly tree:BY JEN KIRSCH | TORONTO LIFE LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Drake (Photo courtesy of Instagram) Twitter Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With:
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 29 Dec 2015 – Police say they want and need more witnesses to piece together the killing on Sunday night at the Bryant Cox apartment complex in Five Cays. A 46 year old man of the Philippines was pronounced dead at 9:32pm on December 27 after some kind of confrontation. No identity of the man is released as yet by Police, who say they want to be sure the family is well informed first. There is still no clarity either on what kind of injuries the 46 year old, who reportedly worked for Bishop Bryant Cox, received but the hospital yesterday confirmed that both men who were rushed to the Cheshire Hall Medical Center had multiple wounds. The second man is a 38 year old also employed with Pastor Cox and who was initially said to be in critical condition. The hospital confirmed multiple wounds but that the victim was released after being treated; it was not stated whether the injury was caused by knife or gun by the authorities. Both weapons are named in some accounts to Magnetic Media. A police press statement says they appreciate the cooperation so far in the probe, but that investigations are ongoing and more information is welcomed. Magnetic Media learned of the incident at Bryant Cox apartments around 9pm on Sunday. Filipino killing still a mystery; hospital confirms multiple wounds Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Karen Delancy, former Cabinet Minister in Michael Misick regime takes the witness stand in SIPT trials Related Items:bryant cox, filipino, witness Home invasion leaves one Filipino dead; another hospitalized