The Bico-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Football competition kicks off tomorrow with 18 games to be played across the island.
Defending champions St. Gabriel’s will be among the teams seeing action on the first day of competition. They take on People’s Cathedral at Blenheim, St. Michael at 10:30 a.m. where the sponsorship cheque for the tournament will also be presented before the game.
Nine games are slated to start at 9:30 a.m. and the same number at 10:30 a.m.
Matches to be played at 9:30 a.m. are: St Lucy Primary vs Selah Primary at Speightstown; Roland Edwards vs Half Moon Fort at Speightstown; Workman’s Primary vs St Jude’s at Ellerton; St. John Primary vs Cuthbert Moore at Market Hill; Eden Lodge Primary vs St. Mary’s Primary at Passage Road; St. Luke’s Brighton Primary vs Hilda Skeene at Hilda Skeene; Gordon Walters Primary vs St. Philip Primary at Chapel; St. Paul’s Primary vs St. Angela’s at Blenheim; and St Winifred’s vs Bay Primary at Blenheim.
Games to be played at 10:30 a.m. are: Gordon Greenidge Primary vs Boscobel Primary at Speightstown; All Saints Primary vs Ignatius Byer Primary at Speightstown; Ellerton Primary vs St. George Primary at Ellerton; St. Margaret’s Primary vs Mount Tabor Primary at Market Hill; Deacon’s Primary vs Eagle Hall Primary at Friendship; Westbury Primary vs L.T. Gay Memorial at Passage Road; St. Mark’s Primary vs Bayley’s Primary at Hilda Skeene; and St. Martin’s Mangrove vs Reynold Weekes at Chapel.
Seventy-one schools are divided into nine zones for the competition that runs until the final on June 26.
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