With teams from the “Mining town” of Linden showing no fear for their Georgetown opponents, tonight’s clashes between the two rival communities are expected to provide fans with plenty fireworks as teams position themselves for the Round of 16 stage.
The Lindeners have been holding their own against their Georgetown counterparts, but their assignments this evening are a bit tougher.
It is anticipated that fans from the bauxite community will converge at the National Gymnasium to rally around their respective teams when play in the Magnum ‘Mash Cup’ Classic resumes at 19:00hrs.
Among the feature matchups are Bent Street playing host to Linden’s Swag Entertainment; Sparta Boss taking on Silver Bullets also from the Mining Town; Future Stars vs. Channel 9 Warriors and ‘Gold is Money’ vs. Ol Skool Ballers.
It must be noted that all the other matches have significance as teams throw down the gauntlet to secure a spot in the knockout phase which commences on Monday.
The winning team will receive $400,000 + Trophy, runner-up $200,000 + Trophy, third place $100,000 + Trophy and fourth place $50,000
Meanwhile, tonight’s fixtures are seen below:
New Market Street versus Rugby Team
Showstoppers vs. Team Extreme
Hustlers vs. Alexander Village
Albouystown ‘A’ vs. YMCA Ballers
North Ruimveldt vs. Sophia
North East La Penitence vs. Tiger Bay
Leopold Street vs. Mocha
Back Circle vs. Albouystown ‘B’
Bent Street vs. Swag Entertainment
Sparta Boss vs. Silver Bullets
Future Stars vs. Channel 9 Warriors
West Front Road ‘Gold is Money’ vs. Ol Skool Ballers
Complete Results of Thursday night:
Ol Skool-3 vs Rugby Team-0
MBK-1 vs Albouystown-B-3
Sean Turney-4th and 15th
Silver Bullets-1 vs Buxton Diamond-0
Tiger Bay-0 vs Alexander Village-1
YMCA All-Stars-1 vs Swag Entertainment-1
Wendell St. Hill-16th
North Ruimveldt-0 vs Team Extreme-2
Hustlers-4 vs North East La Penitence-0
Kwame Holder-2nd, 4th, 5th and 11th
Mocha-2 vs NK Ballers-3
Joel McKinnon-12th and 13th
Amos Ramsay-8th and 18th
Channel-9 vs Champion Boys
Channel-9 won via walkover
Future Stars-2 vs Ansa McAl All-Stars-0
Sparta Boss-3 vs Kingston-2
Jermin Junior-3rd and 20th
Simon Emmanuel-12th and 17th
Back Circle vs Broad Street
Back Circle won via walkover
Gold is Money-3 vs New Market Street-3
New Market Scorer
Orlando Ricketts-4th and 10th
Gold is Money Scorers
Jamal Pedro-1st and 15th
Leopold St-1 vs California Square-4
David George-4th and 9th
Bent Street-3 vs Albouystown-A-1
The sponsors on board are: Ansa McAl under its Magnum Tonic Wine brand, STP Investment, Oasis Water, Trophy Stall, Oasis Café and National Sports Commission.
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