Football action on the East Bank of Demerara will switch its focus to youths come tomorrow morning at the Grove Playfield when the inaugural Trophy Stall sponsored East Bank Football Association (EBFA) Under-15 League kicks off tomorrow morning.
Trophy Stall Managing Director Ramesh Sunich, in handing over the trophies and medals to EBFA Secretary, Franklin Wilson stated that he is very elated to be associated with the development of the game on the
East Bank especially at the level of youths.
“We at Trophy Stall are pleased to be a partner with the East Bank Football Association in this venture which prepares our youth for future national teams and to also represent their association. We are committed to making this tournament an annual one for the youngsters and we wish the teams well.”
The first, second, third and fourth placed teams will receive trophies while the top three teams will also be presented with gold, silver and bronze medals.
The player to be voted the Most Valuable Player will be rewarded with the Golden Ball Trophy; Highest Goal Scorer will walk away with the Golden Boot Trophy; Best Goalkeeper the Golden Glove while the Most Disciplined team will win the Fail Play Trophy.
The Coach emerging as the best will also be recognized by Trophy Stall. The competing teams are Soesdyke Falcons, Grove Hi Tech, Diamond United FC, Agricola Red Triangle, Herstelling and Mocha Champs.
Facing off in the first game at 10:00hrs will be Herstelling and Soesdyke Falcons with the feature clash between Agricola Red Triangle and Grove Hi Tech.
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