The 2nd annual GT Beer/ Berbice Cup KO football tournament co-hosted by Starlight Generation and Monedderlust FC will climax tonight at the club’s ground in Number Five Village, West Coast Berbice.
The grand finale – between Cup holders Monedderlust FC and Victoria Kings – is anticipated to be a showdown where there will be no shortage of goals, and with both coaches exuding optimism in lifting the Champion’s Trophy and the first prize of four hundred thousand dollars the expected large turn-out is in for a special treat.
“I strongly believe it is going to be a good final and I expect the Champions to be a great challenge. We must step up our game because Monedderlust is a quality side. I must say I am happy with how our preparations went and happier to say the morale and confidence within the team is high. We are confident of dethroning the Champions” reported Coach Mark ‘Sevens’ Critchlow.
His opposite, Raul ‘Jug Head’ Huntley who has coached the Kings in the past is equally upbeat at retaining the Cup,” Our training in preparations for this final has been very encouraging and with Team spirit so high we are confident of holding on to the Cup for another year”.
“The Kings are well known for their early aggression and we have the antidote for that. Our unit is much younger and stronger and we are ready to defend our Title on home turf” Huntley disclosed.
The possible starting line-ups are: KINGS- Ron Collins, Sherlock Dowden, Quacy DeSouza, Samuel Blackett, Sherwin Skeete, Calvin DeSouza (Capt.), Akeem Holder, Alden Lawrence, Seon Robinson, Orrin Elias and Winston Pompey. MONEDDERLUST – Elvis Rutherford, Travis Henry (Capt.), Kevin Layne Jr., Arthur Bailey, Delbert Wilson, Leon McDougal, Nore McDonald, Delroy Halley, Tenson Lindsley, Atlyn Browne and King Archer.
The Championship game will be preceded by the 3rd place play-off set for 18:00hrs, featuring Cougars FC of New Amsterdam and Ann’s Grove United of East Coast and followed by a Masters match between Rastafari Patriarchs and Monedderlust Masters.
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