Harbour View are the champions of the Jamaica Premier League – powered by Digicel after beating Dunbeholden 5-6 on penalties in yesterday’s final at Sabina Park.

This is Harbour View’s fifth hold on the title.

It took the dreaded penalty kicks to decided the winners after the game was tie at 1-1 at the end of regulation and extra time.

The Stars of the East took the lead in second minute through Colorado Murray.

They seemed heading for victory in regulation time until Demario Phillips’ 56 minute goal for Dunbeholden restore parity.

Both teams were again evenly match during the penalty kicks until Dumbeholden’s Fabian McCarthy missed the 6th kick to hand Harbour View the title.

Harbour View last won the title in 2013.

Head coach of Harbour View Ludlow Bernard also created history becoming the first coach in Jamaica’s football history to win the Manning Cup, Olivier Shield and the Premier League in the same year.

Bernard led Kingston College to the manning Cup and Olivier Shield titles earlier this year.