GRANVILLE, St James — Reggae Youths came from behind late to hold defending champions Granville United to a 1-1 draw in their second-round Jamaica Football Federation’s Western Confederation Charlie’s JB Rum Super League game played at the Granville Community Centre on Saturday.
The point was enough to give the St James club a one-point lead in Zone One over Trelawny’s Clark’s Town, 14 to 13, for at least 24 hours.
Granville United stayed in third place on nine points.
Santino Grinnion’s penalty conversion three minutes into stoppage time salvaged a point for Reggae Youths after Odane Snow had given the home team the lead in the 80th minute.
Also on Saturday, Montego Bay Boys Club edged Holland United 1-0 at the UDC field to extend their unbeaten run to seven games and moved to 15 points, one fewer than leaders Sandals South Coast who have played one game less.
Marvin Martin scored the lone goal of the game, netting in the 61st minute.