WESTERN BUREAU: The 2015-16 Charley’s JB Rum Western Confederation Super League season got cracking on the weekend with six matches, including a less-than-auspicious start for defending champions Savannah Sports Club, who were held to a scoreless draw by Lucea FC at Frome Sports Complex on Sunday. This year’s staging has the 12 teams aligned in two groups of six based on how they ended the last campaign, with Savannah, Granville, Montego Bay Boys and Girls’ Club (MBBGC), Salt Marsh, Petersfield, and Lucea in Group One. Group Two comprises Wadadah, Sandals Whitehouse, Beaches Negril, Village United, newcomers Reggae Youths and Clarks Town, the St James and Trelawny champions, respectively. Another new development of note is that Livingston Berley has taken the hot seat as coach of the defending champions. RONIEL WHYTE ON TARGET While his team failed to shine against Lucea, Roniel Whyte was on target in the 19th and 36th minutes in leading Petersfield FC to a 2-0 victory over Montego Bay Boys and Girls’ Club. Former St James Premier League kingpins, Wadadah FC, were also in the winners’ corner as forward Javier Peak struck twice in Saturday’s 3-1 win over newly promoted Clarks Town of Trelawny. Ajai Black also found the net in that match for Wadadah, while Dwayne Brown netted the consolation for Clarks Town. Also on Saturday, Reggae Youths and Beaches Negril ended 1-1, with Oshane Russell getting a late equaliser for Reggae Youths in the 81st minute to cancel out Ashley Forrest’s 18th-minute strike. In another game on Saturday, Salt Marsh edged Granville 1-0 as Marvin Reynolds scored in the 20th minute to give them three points and a share of the early lead in Group One with Petersfield. Wadadah are early leaders in Group Two on three points. The league continues on Sunday with four matches, the pick of which should be the Granville-Petersfield FC clash, starting 3 p.m. at Granville Community Centre.
Sterling Management will continue to collection donations all this week at the Totem Mall location with the help of the ABC Thrift Store staff.Sterling will also be helping residents move some of the furniture that has been donated into their new apartment. They hope to start moving residents into new apartments on Monday. The owner of the building will also be giving residents one month of free rent in any of his other properties in Fort St. John.If you have something you would like to donate but can’t bring it to the Totem Mall, call Sterling Management at 250-785-2829 – Advertisement -By Adam ReaburnDonations are poring in to help those affected by Friday nights apartment fire.Sterling Management has setup a drop off location in the Totem Mall behind Staples. All day Sunday, generous Fort St. John and North Peace Residents have been dropping off donations. Donations run from clothing, to TV’s to furniture and more.Crystal Herman is with Sterling Management and says the donations are being dropped off by the truck load. Tenants of the building are also encouraged to visit the Totem Mall location to pick up anything they may need.With the fire, half the building has been destroyed, on the other side of the fire wall, those apartments will only have smoke and water damage. Although at this time, the Fire Department will not let anyone in to inspect their belongings until they determine if the building is safe.Advertisement Photo: This room at the Totem Mall already has a number of donations from the community of Fort St. John – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.ca