Lucrative prizes at stake for Hamilton Green knockout tournament

Lucrative cash prizes are at stake for the Hamilton Green Cup Knockout Football tournament commencing Saturday with two matches at the Victoria Ground.

The opening fixture will see Mahaica coming up against Santos from 6:00 pm while Ann’s Grove will battle Pele in the second fixture.

The winning team is set to receive $500,000 and the Ministry of Citizenship trophy while the runners up will walk away with $250,000 and the Busta Trophy.

The third and fourth place finishers will pocket $150,000 and $100,000 respectively.

Sponsors of the tournament include Ministry of Sports, Macorp, BEV Processors, IPA technical institute, Afro Alphonso, E networks, TCL, Dennis Edwards, Sparta Family, EC Vieira, Pritty Paul Singh, Ready mix, China Trading, COL Larry London, BK Int, Tent City, Winston Ramgarran, Clive Bharatt, James Bovell, Swansea, Massay and Caribbean containers.

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