Can Future Stars stop rampant Leopold Street?

Guinness Cage semi-finals

Flashback- Gerald Gritten of North Ruimveldt (center) on the attack against Future Stars in their quarterfinal clash in the Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championship at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue. 

The rampant Leopold Street led by tourney top shot Okeene Fraser opposes emerging force Future Stars while heavyweight Back Circle battles giant-killer Ol Skool Ballers in the Guinness ‘Cage’ semifinal round today at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.

Although both contests are expected to be thrilling affairs, the Leopold Street and Future Stars clash at 23:00hrs pits an established contender against an emergent power, in what is projected to a neutral’s dream.

Many pundits have questioned whether any team can stop the high scoring Leopold Street unit, following their 4-1 destruction of Mocha in the quarterfinal stage. That query will be answered when the dust settles.

However, the offensive numbers ….


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