Top teams in must-win encounters ahead of quarter-finals

-Guinness ‘Cage Football Championships’

Scenes from the MBK All-Stars and Leopold Street group clash in the Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championship at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.

With their quarterfinal berths hanging by the proverbial thread Sparta Boss, Tiger Bay, West Front Road-Gold is Money, Leopold Street and Champion Boys, face must win group encounters tonight in the inaugural Guinness ‘Cage Football Championship’ at the National Gymnasium.

Guyana’s most dominant Futsal team, Sparta Boss, finds itself in a precarious position following their embarrassing 3-0 group loss to Ol Skool Ballers.

The team, which is without talisman Devon Millington, has been on a downward spiral after defeats in the three previous championships. Much will be expected from the likes of Sheldon Shepherd, Solomon Austin, Gregory Richardson and Eusi Phillips…..

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