Vitamalt/Aqua Mist sponsored WDFA KO Cup…
With opening day providing two huge upsets, fans will be eagerly anticipating another
round of rivetting action when play in the Vitamalt/Aqua Mist sponsored West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) Knockout Cup resumes today with a double header at the Den Amstel Community Centre ground, starting at 19:00 hrs.
In the first game, Stewartville do battle with Pouderoyen and that will be followed by the clash between Slingerz and Beavers.
Stewartville will be depending heavily on the likes of Sherwin Grant, Densil Charles, Donald Bobb, Travis Chase and Kwame Hyman to spearhead their quest for victory, while Pouderoyen’s chances of winning will be in the hands of Adrian Giddings, Clement Brown, Marvin Frank, Delon Garraway and Travis Bess.
The feature clash should be another interesting affair and the star-studded Slingerz side will definitely start as favourites to beat Beavers. However, Beavers have already proven that they should not be taken lightly and opened their quest for top honours with an upset over Young Achievers by a 4-0 margin.
Once again the responsibility will be on Martin Bobb, Maxwell Trapp and Andrew St. Hill to guide them to another victory, while Slingerz’s pursuit of a win will depend mainly on the performances of Joshua Browne, Les Charles Critchlow, Vurlon Mills, Anthony ‘Awo’ Abrams and Devon Millington.
They look strong on paper, Beavers seem to be a team that is not intimidated by big names, but rather use a busy work ethic to get things done. Could they repeat their previous feat; the answer will be known tonight.
Up for grabs for the winning team is the championship trophy and $1million, while the second placed team pockets $500,000 and a trophy. The third place finisher will collect$300,000, while the fourth placed side takes home $200,000 and a trophy.
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