May 09, 2022 Sports
Kaieteur News – Not to be outdone, the Executive and General Council of the Rupununi Football Association (RFA), one of the nine Regional Associations affiliated with the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), on Saturday last unveiled its plans for this shortened Senior League season.
RFA President Norbert Williams disclosed that they are super excited to be part and parcel of rolling out their senior championship along with the other RA’s on May 15th, which will be a historical day for the sport and the game.
“We here in the RFA, like our colleague Associations, are very pleased and excited to be a part of this monumental initiative by the GFF which has been working with us to take the development of the game to higher levels. It’s going to be very challenging for us as you know that this Association is very vast, but we are up to the challenge and together, we will make this happen, and successfully, so.”
Williams also disclosed that given the expansive layout of GFF’s largest RA, they did launches in various areas. Clubs in the North held theirs at Annai; Aishalton was the venue for clubs in Deep South.
East Central clubs held theirs in the village of Nappi with Central Lethem hosting the RFA launch.
A total of twenty-six (26) clubs drawn from six (6) districts will be battling for the right to be called champions of the RFA.
Following are the competing clubs:
North – Surama, Challengers, Paiwomak Warriors, F.C Basin, Falcons, Spartans, Strikers.
East Central Rupununi – Flash, Galaxy Warriors, Kanuku Harpies, Kanuku Warriors, Hiawa Undertakers, Moco Moco, Terminators.
Central – Far East United, Gladiators, Tabatinga, Snatchers, Guyana Rush Saints, Rising Stars.
Deep South – Titans United, Snipers.
South Central – Potarinau Sky Kings, Shirriri.
South Pakaraimas – Seven K, United
The League will commence on Sunday at the Tabatinga Sports Complex in Lethem, Central Rupununi, and conclude on August 13, 2022, at Aranaputa Sports Ground in the North Rupununi.
Each of the registered clubs was presented with equipment from the GFF.
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