Future Stars, Ol Skool Ballers to battle in Guinness ‘Cage’ final

Omallo Williams (centre) of Leopold Street racing away from Keiron Solomon of Future Stars in the Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championship semi-final matchup at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.  

Future Stars will battle underdog Ol Skool Ballers in the final of the Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championships Saturday following semi-final wins against Leopold Street and Back Circle respectively on Tuesday.

Future Stars continued their meteoric rise on the local football circuit, downing the highly-touted Leopold Street unit 2-1 on penalty kicks in front of a sizeable crowd at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.

Jermaine Junior and Lennox Cort netted from the distance during the tense penalty shoot-out with only Samuel Hunte scoring for Leopold Street.

The clash, which ended scoreless during the regulation and extra time intervals, pitted the ….

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