Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2019. 6:49 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: The Jaguars’ match with Grenada is not going to be the one soccer in city on Sunday – not even in the Cayo District.
That’s as a result of the annual Western Region Christmas Cup match will kick off in the village of Blackman Eddy, about ten miles west.
We spoke to organizer Aaron Swift this night. He says twenty groups will take part however faces a little bit of a problem getting the quantity down from the 26 groups exhibiting curiosity.
Every village from central and western Cayo and even the Coastal Road shall be represented.
Swift instructed us he first organized a match 9 years in the past to help his 4 sons, all soccer gamers, and has completed a match twice yearly beginning round Valentines’ Day and in September, working to December. He has additionally organized particular Easter Time and knockout tournaments.
The 20 groups are subdivided in two teams and play spherical robin with the highest 4 from every group advancing to the knockout stage. A champion shall be topped on December 22, three days earlier than Christmas.
Swift emphasizes that the match shall be newbie stage, 14 years and older, come one, come all apart from Premier League gamers (although they’ll coach and manage). He says he needs to provide all of the youths of the Cayo space an opportunity to develop and succeed in the game.
He additionally emphasizes “clean football” – no smoking, swearing, consuming or unhealthy habits on or off the pitch.
First prize is $1,500 and a trophy; 2nd prize $550 and a trophy and so forth.
For extra info contact Swift at 623-2886.
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