Pele Football Club will be involved in a revenge encounter against Seawall Football Club in the feature contest when play in the Mayor’s Cup football championship gets underway today at the Georgetown Football Club ground, Bourda.
The evening’s programme opens at 6:00pm with an encounter between Riddim Squad and Den Amstel.
Fresh in the minds of the Pele outfit will be their loss to Seawall which resulted in them being booted from the last Mayor’s Cup. They will be well aware that the West side team can create an upset and will look to avenge that defeat.
The coaches of both teams are confident ahead of the encounter and fans are assured of an action packed, head on collision. Gordon Braithwaite is in charge of the Pele squad and he said that he is fielding a formidable line up that
includes Travis Grant, Konata Manning, Daniel Wilson, Marvin Joseph, Sheldon Holder and Stellon David.
Seawall FC coach Delon Messiah promised to inflict another beating on Pele.
The exciting Riddim Squad with Sceyon Hope and Llyton Ramsey is expected to also come out firing. Den Amstel can be expected to be no push overs but their work will be cut out against the Mocha Arcadia based Riddim Squad.
On the teams’ list of things to do, play good and effective football, but more so, win the $1M first prize on offer.
The runners-up collect $500,000, third and fourth places receive $200,000 and $100,000 respectively.
The next playing day is Sunday at the same venue and times with GDF against Monedderlust of Berbice and Fruta Conquerors facing New Amsterdam United.
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