Leopold Street sets up riveting clash with Future Stars

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Omallo Williams (right) of Leopold Street attempting to evade the challenge of Mocha’s Amos Ramsay during their clash in the quarterfinal round of the Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championship

Leopold Street will oppose Future Stars, while Back Circle will engage Ol Skool Ballers in what is expected to be two riveting semi-final contests tomorrow following quarterfinal wins in the inaugural Guinness Cage Football Championships on Saturday.

Leopold Street confirmed their new status as the event’s most dangerous unit, blitzing a dogged Mocha unit 4-1 at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue.

The atmosphere was provided by the large crowd that gathered at the venue as tournament’s leading marksman Okeene Fraser netted twice to take his tally to seven goals.

Fraser bagged his brace in the fourth and 17th minute while the returning Omallo Williams also registered a double in the 28th and 34th minute. Amos Ramsay scored for the loser in the sixth minute…..

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