Future Stars, Bent Street ready to tussle for MVP Sports Futsal title


Bent Street and Future Stars will battle for the crown of male champions of the MVP Sports Futsal tournament when they meet in the final at the National Gymnasium on Saturday evening.

In the female final, Fruta Conquerors will face Tiger Bay, and the four finalists are eager to battle hard to cop the top prize.

At a press briefing on Thursday, the four finalists expressed a desire to produce their best and thrill the fans.

Co-Director of the Petra Organisation, Troy Mendonca, expressed happiness with the success of the tournament and highlighted they have already rewarded teams for their placements in the group stage and that a fan and the Most Valuable Player will win a motorcycle each.

Managing Director of MVP Sports, Ian Ramdeo, committed to further support and wants to see the tournament grow, given its connection to grassroots football.

Afena Baptiste of Tiger Bay (left) and Hasha Holder of Fruta Conquerors

The male third-place playoff will feature Stabroek Ballers and Gold is Money, while the female will feature Police and GT Panthers.

In the male segment, the champion team will collect $500,000, while second to fourth will get $300,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively.

The top teams of each of the six groups were rewarded with $50,000, $30,000, $20,000 and $10,000 respectively.

The champion team of the female tournament will receive $200,000, runner-up $100,000, third $50,000 and fourth $25,000.

The action starts at 20:30h.

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