• Sunday Oct 24, 2004

    Harbour View eliminates Ideal Football Club for spot into CFU Qualifying Semifinals

    Harbour View of Jamaica earned a spot into the Semifinal Round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Qualification for the 2005 CONCACAF Champions' Cup after eliminating the host Ideal Football Club of Montserrat 30-1 on aggregate in the First Round Series C in Blakes over the weekend.

    Four goals by Luton Shelton and three each from Jomo Gordon and Jermaine Hue led Harbour View to a 15:1 victory in the first-leg over Ideal Football Club at Blakes Stadium on 22 October. Gordon and Nicholas McCreath scored four tallies each to pace Harbour View to a 15:0 win in the second-leg on Sunday (24 October) at the same venue.

    Harbour View will meet Intermeongetapoe of Surinam in the CFU Semifinal Round Qualification next month, while the other semifinal has Tivoli Gardens FC of Jamaica facing Trinidad & Tobago's CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh.

    The winner of the CFU Qualifying tournament will progress to the 2005 CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

    The CONCACAF Champions' Cup is the longest running international club competition in the region and has crowned the champion club of the Confederation since its inception in 1962.

    2005 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS' CUP QUALIFYING - CARIBBEAN ZONE
    First Round
    SERIES C
    22.10.2004: Blakes, MONTSERRAT; Blakes Stadium (A: 150)
    IDEAL FOOTBALL CLUB (MSR) - HARBOUR VIEW (JAM) 1:15 (1:7)
    Jaafar MUNROE 38' - Thomas GRANT 27', 61'; Luton SHELTON 35', 36', 44', 50'; Jermaine HUE 39', 45'+, 56'; Clifton WAUGH 42'; Jomo GORDON 65', 86', 88'; Sean FRASER 85'; Akeem PRIESTLY 89'
    Ideal Football Club: Kurt Joyce - David James, Omar Jarrett, Clifford Joseph, Elton Williams, Jason Bradford (77: Kurt Phyll), Curt Adams, Michael Henry, Kelvin Ponde (46: Ortiz Miller), Otley LaBorde, Jaafar Munroe. Booked: none
    TD: Scott COOPER
    Harbour View: Leighton Murray - Christopher Harvey, William Richards, Clifton Waugh, Damion Stewart, Lovel Palmer (68: Donald Stewart), Jermaine Hue, Sean Fraser, Craig Stewart (55: Akeem Priestly), Thomas Grant (55: Jomo Gordon), Luton Shelton. Booked: none
    TD: Donovan HAYLES
    R: Florent CHARIN (GPE)

    24.10.2004: Blakes, MONTSERRAT; Blakes Stadium (A: 250)
    HARBOUR VIEW (JAM) - IDEAL FOOTBALL CLUB (MSR) 15:0 (8:0)
    NICHOLAS MCCREATH 5', 14', 19', 45'+; Damion STEWART 8' pen; Luton SHELTON 10'; Akeem PRIESTLY 12'; Craig STEWART 44', 49'; Jomo GORDON 56', 65', 66', 75'; William RICHARDS 84'; Lovel PALMER 90'
    Harbour View: Ryan Thompson - Christopher Harvey (75: Lovel Palmer), William Richards, Damion Stewart, Jermaine Hue (70: Sean Fraser), Craig Stewart, Luton Shelton (46: Jomo Gordon), Nicholas McCreath, Donald Stewart, Akeem Priestly, Richard Kentish. Booked: none
    TD: Donovan HAYLES
    Ideal Football Club: Francis James - Earl Montrose (59: Fimba Pantlitz), Dwayne Charles (12: John Nichols), Clifford Joseph, Ortiz Miller, Donavan Pearl, Chris Blanc, Pete Phyll, Curt Adams, Kanji Francis (68: Joseph Morris), Kurt Phyll. Booked: none
    TD: Scott COOPER
    R: Florent CHARIN (GPE)
    Harbour View wins 30:1 on aggregate

    Semifinals - 3 & 10 November
    Intermeongetapoe (SUR) vs. Harbour View (JAM)
    CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh (TRI) vs. Tivoli Gardens FC (JAM)

    Finals - 8 & 15 December
    Semifinal Series Winners

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