Waterhouse looking to make great strides in 2019 SCL
Jamaica's Waterhouse FC gathers for a team photo before the match against Haiti's As Capoise at the Flow Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship on May 12, 2019, at the East Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica.
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MIAMI, Florida The Scotiabank Concacaf League is familiar territory for Jamaican clubs, but the 2019 edition will be the first SCL foray for Waterhouse.

The club qualified for the 2019 SCL after a strong second-place finish at the 2019 Flow Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship and will have its sights set on a deep run.

There is plenty of reason to believe, beginning with star goalkeeper Shaven Paul, who took home Golden Glove honors from the 2019 FCCCC after allowing just three goals in the tournament.

The squad also boasts a lethal one-two punch in Keithy Simpson and Andre Fletcher, who each had two goals during the 2019 FCCCC.

Waterhouse is no stranger to Concacaf competition. The club qualified for the 2014-15 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League and certainly held its own, earning two wins and finishing second in its group with a plus-two goal difference.

Now back in Concacaf competition, Waterhouse will be looking to make great strides in the SCL.