Current points leaders Grove Hi Tech will be seeking to consolidate their hold at the top of the table when the inaugural East Bank Football Association (EBFA) leg of the GFF/Pele Alumini Frank Watson U15 Intra Association League continues this Saturday and Sunday at the Grove Playfield.
Just ahead of Agricola on goal difference with both locked on six points each after two wins in as many appearances; Grove will seek to take care of Samatta Point/Kaneville FC when they play the first of four matches tomorrow from 09:30hrs.
Agricola would be in action on Sunday against Diamond United, their lone match for each team this weekend. Herstelling Raiders, currently third in the standings on three points, one of five teams on three, will first oppose new kids on the block Swan FC tomorrow in the feature match at 14:00hrs and then again on Sunday from 12:30hrs from 12:30hrs in the main supporting match.
Teams are eager to showcase their skills not only to become the best at this level on the East Bank but also to be in the reckoning for national selection.
Following are the matches scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday:
Match Day 4 Saturday February 3
Grove vs Samatta Point/KV 03.02.18 “ “ 09:30hrs
Friendship vs Soesdyke “ “ “ 11:00hrs
Timehri vs Kuru Kururu “ “ “ 12:30hrs
Herstelling vs Swan FC “ “ “ 14:00hrs
Match Day 5 Sunday February 4
Mocha vs Grove 04.02.18 “ “ 09:30hrs
Agricola vs Diamond United “ “ “ 11:00hrs
Herstelling vs Diamond Upsetters “ “ “ 12:30hrs
Soesdyke vs Samatta Point/KV “ “ “ 14:00hrs
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