[SPORTS]:::Harmony, Holland out front

No. 68 Friday, March 19, 2010
Harmony FC and Holland are tied at the top of the standings in the Trelawny FA National Rums Major League. Both teams scored wins in the last round of games played last weekend.

    Harmony FC, last year's beaten finalist have taken over the lead in the points standings. The Bounty Hall based team scored a convincing 4-2 win over Upsetters at Bounty Hall on Saturday.
    The win took Harmony to 14 points, the same as Holland United, who beat Palm en to 1-0. However, Harmony have a better goal difference. They have scored 14 goals and conceded just four to have a healthy 10 goal cushion. While Holland have scored seven goals and conceded two and enjoy a four goal differential. Harmony was rebounding from a 0-0 draw against Flames in the previous encounter.
    The win for Holland was their fourth on the trot and comes after they had drawn their first two games. They have so far played 6 games; winning four and drawing 2.Clarks Town have failed to get maximum points in two straight games after winning their first four. They have won four games, lost one and draw one. They played to a 2-~ Draw 'with 10th place Sherwood.
    Kinloss moved up to fourth place in the point standing after beating Granville 4-1 at home. They are on 12 points. They have played six games, winning four drawing none and losing two. At the bottom of the standings Upsetters and Dromilly are locked on three points both have played five games but have only won once and lose four.

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