With just a single point separating leaders Agricola Red Triangle and second placed Grove Hi Tech, the two rivals will collide in the first of four matches when match day eight of the East Bank Football Association (EBFA) leg of the GFF/Pele Alumini Frank Watson U-15 Intra Association League is contested on Saturday at the Timehri Red ground.
Both teams have been clinical in putting together four and three wins respectively from four and five matches played to date. While Agricola have been flawless in winning all four of their encounters scoring 13 goals and conceding just two, Grove on the other hand have posted three wins from their five games with two draws.
But come Saturday morning, the Grove boys will renew what has become very keen rivalry between the two villages when Agricola stands in their way. Agricola however, will start as favourites to maintain their winnings ways, a good tussle is anticipated.
Mocha Champs, lagging in seventh place will then oppose ninth placed Diamond Upsetters in Saturday’s second match-up and both teams will be hoping to improve their standings. Next up would be Kuru Kururu Warriors and Samatta Point/Kanville, the Warriors are in sixth place with Samatta Point holding down the fourth place.
The main event will see Swan taking on Friendship All Stars. On Sunday, four more potentially exciting matches are carded again; action will get underway on both days from 09:30hrs.
Following is the schedule of matches:
Match Day 8 Saturday February 24th
Agricola vs Grove Timehri Red Gr. 09:30hrs
Mocha vs Diamond Upsetters “ “ 11:00hrs
Kuru Kururu vs Samatta Point/KV “ “ 12:30hrs
Swan FC vs Friendship “ “ 14:00hrs
Match Day 9 Sunday February 25th
Herstelling vs Timehri “ “ 09:30hrs
Swan FC vs Diamond United “ “ 11:00hrs
Soesdyke vs Kuru Kururu “ “ 12:30hrs
Friendship vs Diamond Upsetters “ “ 14:00hrs
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