BAGGA FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Glebe Strikers continued their impressive form late yesterday to beat Combined Youths 2-nil in the Hairoun Beer Barrouallie Knockout Football Championship at the Keartons Playing Field.
Kurl Audain scored both goals.
At 4:30 pm, today, defending champions, Youngsters FC will meet Unlimited Strikers at the same venue.
SION HILL FOOTBALL
Customs and Hairoun Groove Street Ballers played to a goalless draw yesterday in the Sion Hill Football League at the Sion Hill Playing Field.
This afternoon, Hope International will face Volcanoes from half past four also at the Sion Hill Playing Field.
BREAKAWAY FIRMS FOOTBALL
The Ministry of Education and Fisheries played to goalless draw yesterday in the Senior Division of the Digicel/St. Vincent Brewery Aeropost Breakaway Firms Invitational Football Championships at the Grammar School Playing Field.
At 4:35 pm today, Combined Banks will meet SVG Post also in the Senior Division at the Grammar School Playing Field.
SEDI STUBBS FOOTBALL
Prospect United advanced to the next round in the Knockout Competition of the Hairoun Beer South East Development Stubbs Village Football Championship following victory over GECCU Calliaqua United at the Stubbs Playing Field yesterday.
RICHLAND PARK 9-A-SIDE FOOTBALL
Richland Park Pride and Joy played to a 1-1 draw with COMPUTEC Cane End yesterday in the Hairoun New Haven 9-a-side Richland Park Football Championship at the Richland Park Oval.
Conville Cain netted for Richland Park Pride and Joy, while former National Striker, Alwyn “PORPY” Guy converted a free-kick for COMPUTEC Cane End.
Tomorrow at 4:30 pm, Kirk Da Silva’s Mt Pleasant United will square-off with Belmont Street Kickers also at the Richland Park Oval.
NORTH EAST FOOTBALL
Jason Morgan scored yesterday’s only goal at the Chili Playing Field in Georgetown as Chapmans United defeated Greggs FC 1-nil in the National Lotteries Authority North East Football Championship.
Richland Park Pride and Joy will meet Owia in this afternoon’s match from half past four also at the Chili Playing Field in Georgetown.