Slingerz, Monedderlust to clash on Sunday in Elite League Promotional Playoff final


The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Elite League Promotional Playoff final between Slingerz and Monedderlust football clubs has been rescheduled to January 7 at the Ministry of Education Ground located on Carifesta Avenue in Georgetown.

Once more, fans are in for a thrilling double-header with the inaugural Women’s League Division One final match, featuring the clash between the Guyana Defence Force and the Guyana Police Force, slated as the opening event on Sunday afternoon at 17:00h.

This will be followed by the eagerly anticipated showdown between Slingerz and Monedderlust at 19:00h with the winner securing an automatic spot in the upcoming Elite League Season Six, set to kick off in February, along with a one million dollars preparation grant.

The change in venue and date is the result of a scheduling conflict at the Eve Leary Sports Ground in Kingston, Georgetown.

GFF Competition Director Troy Peters has urged fans to show their support by attending Sunday’s matches.

“This will be another weekend of intense competition from four incredibly talented teams. I invite fans to join us on Sunday, showing support for their teams and players in what promises to be an electrifying afternoon.”

The action-packed GFF Elite League Promotional Playoff kicked off on December 17, featuring nine triumphant teams from the Member Associations’ Leagues battling fiercely for a prized entry into the esteemed Elite League Season Six.

Participating clubs are Beacons (Bartica Football Association), Beacon (Georgetown Football Association), Buxton Stars (East Coast Demerara Football Association), Dominators (Essequibo/Pomeroon Football Association), Herstelling Raiders (East Bank Demerara Football Association), Monnederlust (Berbice Football Association), Slingerz (West Demerara Football Association), Tabatinga (Rupununi Football Association), and Winners Connection (Upper Demerara Football Association).

Meanwhile, the Women’s League Division One, which was launched on October 14, featured top-tier female clubs: Guyana Defence Force, Guyana Police Force, Fruta Conquerors Force, Potaro Strikers, Pakuri Jaguars and Santos.

The league champion will claim a cash prize of G$200,000, while the second-place team will be awarded G$100,000. The third-place finisher will receive G$75,000, while the fourth and fifth places will be presented with G$50,000 and G$25,000, respectively.

The tournament features a blend of current and former national players, as well as emerging talents.

Much like the Elite League, it serves as a pathway for players to catch the eye of scouts looking for talent to bolster both senior and national teams.

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