Waterhouse FC grabbed the 2015 KSAFA Jackie Bell Knock-out title, rallying to edge Barbican FC 3-2 at the Harbour View Mini-Stadium.
Waterhouse led in the 11th minute through Damarley Samuels, but Barbican responded with Dean Phillips(31st minute) and Lennox Russell(37th minute) before the half-time.
Jermaine Anderson, in the 79th minute, leveled for Waterhouse before Tremaine Stewart secured the win in the stoppage time.
The KO tournament, competed among corporate area teams since 1987, honours the memory of late local football icon Winthorpe ‘Jackie’ Bell.
Bell, a former player and coach, and Dennis Ziadie both died in a bus crash at the 1986 FIFA World
Cup in Mexico.