nn’s Grove and Soesdyke quarterfinal clash at Victoria

Hamilton Green Football Championship

The Victoria Community Centre ground will come alive on Sunday, when the quarterfinal round in the Annual Hamilton Green Football Championship commences at 21:00hrs.

In the lone final eight fixture, Ann’s Grove will match skills with Soesdyke. Prior to that match, Mahaica Determinators will tackle Plaisance at 17:00hrs, while Victoria Kings will battle Buxton Stars at 19:00hrs in exhibition matches.

The event resumes at the same venue on Wednesday October 18th with the other three quarterfinal fixtures. In the opening fixture at 17:00hrs, Guyana Police Force will oppose Silver Shattas. At 19:00hrs, Milerock will lock horns with Uitvlugt, while the final fixture will pit Den Amstel against Winners Connection from 21:00hrs.


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Bishoo leads Windies demolition of Zimbabwe “A”

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John victorious in Ounce of Gold road race

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