ExxonMobil U-14 football continues this weekend with 16 games
The girls will get into action this weekend when the ExxonMobil Under-14 Boys and Girls football competition continues at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue. It promises to be another day of competitive matches, the first of which kicks off at 10:00h.
A total of 16 games are carded for Saturday (June 22). The girls will hit the field first, with Ann’s Grove taking on Tucville, followed by Lodge against New Campbellville.
Match three will bring together East Ruimveldt and St. Stanislaus, while St. Mary’s will challenge Charlestown Secondary in the final female match-up.
The boys will get cracking at noon, with Dolphin taking on St Stanislaus and Carmel Secondary facing Marian Academy simultaneously.
At 12:50h, President’s College will tackle Uitvlugt and Brickdam Secondary will face Golden Grove, while at 13:40h, Cummings Lodge will confront Charlestown Secondary and St. Mary’s will battle North Ruimveldt Multilateral.
At 14:30h, Plaisance Orphanage will come up against Annandale Secondary and Richard Ishmael will play Ann’s Grove, while at 15:20h, New Campbellville Secondary will suit up against Lodge Secondary and Kingston will collide with East Ruimveldt.
The final pair of matches will commence at 16:10h; Tutorial will trade skills with St. John’s and Queenstown Secondary will play Tucville.
The competition is sponsored exclusively by ExxonMobil, with support from the Ministry of Public Health. It is being coordinated by the Petra Organisation.