ExxonMobil U14 tournament: Teams to battle for semifinal spots today

The ExxonMobil Under-14 Boys’ and Girls’ Schools’ football tournament will continue today after being postponed earlier this week.
Following the exhilarating Round of 16 last weekend at the Ministry of Education (MoE) Ground, Carifesta Avenue last Saturday, the quarterfinals were slated to be hosted on Monday last (June 17), but were postponed due to inclement weather rendering the ground unplayable.

A glimpse of what to expect during the ExxonMobil U14 quarterfinals today

However, the nail-biting action will continue today, with Waramuri Primary Top and Charity Secondary Girls locked in the first battle of the day from 12:00h today.
Then at 13:00h, Bartica Secondary and Leonora Secondary Boys will clash while South Ruimveldt and Bush Lot Secondary Boys will go head-to-head at 14:00h.
Then, all eyes will be on the Girls division as New Amsterdam Secondary and President’s College battle at 15:30h, while Marian Academy and Bartica Secondary lock horns at 16:00h. In the final girls’ game of the day, Santa Rosa Secondary and Tucville Secondary will battle for a spot in the semi-finals.
At 17:00h, Chase’s Academy and Christianburg-Wismar Secondary will meet on the battleground and then the quarterfinal round will conclude with Dolphin and Westminster Secondary facing off from 17:00h.
The teams in both the Boys’ and Girls’ Divisions are vying for a $400,000 first prize while second place will receive $200,000. The third- and fourth-place finishers will pocket $100,000 and $75,000 respectively, with all the prizes going towards a school project.
Aside from the title sponsors, the tournament is also supported by Stenna Drilling Inc, MVP Sports and Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) under its Pepsi Brand.