There will be three matches today at the venue beginning from 12:00hrs, while the other three games will be played at the same venue and time tomorrow.
Last Sunday was the highlight of last weekend’s play with a massive 29 goals being plundered in three matches. The feature match between Morgan Learning Centre (MLC) and School of the Nations was the perfect climax as the former enjoyed a mammoth 13-0 triumph.
Meanwhile, Christianburg Wismar Secondary School (CWSS) were also in devastating form and enjoyed a hefty 11-0 win over Vergenogen Secondary after Annandale Secondary had made little mistakes to defeat Friendship Secondary 4-1.
See below the fixtures for this weekend’s play in the Milo tournament which is also being supported by the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) under the theme: “There is no excuse for violence.”
|2/10/2018||Round Robin Round 2 Day 1||Ministry of Education Ground||Match #|
|12:00 hrs||Annandale Secondary||v/s||Carmel Secondary School||13|
|13:30 hrs||South Ruimveldt Secondary||v/s||Business School||14|
|15:00 hrs||Chase Academy||v/s||Friendship Secondary||15|
|2/11/2018||Round Robin Round 2 Day 2||Ministry of Education Ground||Match #|
|12:00 hrs||St Roses High School||v/s||Uitivulgt Secondary||16|
|13:30 hrs||Buxton Youth Development||v/s||Charlestown Secondary||17|
|15:00 hrs||Lodge Secondary School||v/s||Queens Town Secondary||18|
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