Dec 06, 2015 Sports
GTT / Limacol Round Robin / Knockout Football Competition
THE Mackenzie Sports Club is set to come alive today when their very own Milerock FC opposes East Coast Demerara Victoria Kings in the final of the GTT / Limacol Round Robin / Knockout Football Competition.
The hosts will be depending on the prolific Clarence Huggins to lead their quest for victory; Denzil Fordyce and Randy Jerome are expected to play a pivotal role alongside Huggins.
Captain Joel McKinnon, Jermaine Grandison and Akeem James will marshal the backline, while Martin Leacock will be stationed between the uprights
For the Kings, the vetarn Winston Pompey is the key to any chance of victory, while strike partner Akeem Holder will also being relied on to get goals along with the in-form Alden Lawrence.
Then there is Captain Calvin DeSouza and Aubrey Gibson, two experienced players with immense skill and along with defenders Sherlock Dowding, Shawn Samuels, Samuel Blackett and Obesie Johnson, the team looks loaded with talent and players capable of taking them all the way.
Goalkeeper Ron Collins is also expected to play a key role in their pursuit of victory.
In the playoff for third place, Topp XX takes on Winners Connection and this is a battle for bragging rights more than anything else so fans are in for a double delight.
Meanhwile, both teams expressed confidence during a briefing yesterday in Georgetown.
Milerock was represented by their Captain Joel McKinnon and Manager of Kings Everald Mundy spoke on behalf of the club.
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