Ravens, Colts, Bulls and Jets collide
It is down to the final of this year’s fifth biennial Brusches Classic eight team knockout championship where the winners from last night’s semifinals will be in action again tonight.
The final will be see the winners from the semifinals where defending champions Ravens faced their Georgetown counterparts Colts and the other between Linden’s Half Mile Bulls and Amelia’s Ward Jets, meaning that it will be encounters between Linden and Georgetown teams also tonight at the MSC hard court.
Ravens are seeking to retain this title they won two years again and their team should include players like Tyrone Hamid, a returning Darcel Harris and Jason Squires, while the Colts looking for another title at this venue after winning the Forbes Burnham championship will feature players like Shane Webster in the middle and Dave Causeway their national players.
The Linden Bulls side lost to Colts in the Forbes Burnham final, but will have players like recent acquisition in Keifer ‘Skipper’ Tappin, regulars Michael Turner, Shane Lewis and hopefully Travin Dryden, while the Jets are likely to have among their line-up Amaniki Archibald, guest player Akeem Kanhai and Orrin Rose who was acquired with Omally Sampson from the Kings.
Whatever the match-ups are tonight it will be between Linden and Georgetown sides from the first game at 7.00pm for the third place position and the final is set for 9.00pm.
The top side tonight is to receive $200,000 and trophies and replicas with the runner-up side also receiving cash incentives and so will the third and fourth place teams along with a Most Valuable Player of the final.
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