Inclement weather forces postponement

The exciting Petra-organised Corona Football Tournament has been set back by the inclement weather, with this weekend’s action being postponed to July 21.
The tournament was initially set to continue on Friday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, where Pele FC should have played Eastveldt.

The tournament has to date produced some exciting action

Flamingo also was to clash with Santos FC, after which the final match would have seen Northern Rangers coming up against Riddim Squad at 21: 00hrs.
The last round of matches had seen a flurry of goals, with 29 being scored in the three matches.
The upset of the night was Camptown’s 1-0 win over GFC. The other two matches were more one-sided affairs, with Police and Western Tigers dominating their opponents.
Police Force FC netted 14 goals in their humiliation of Beacons FC, while Western Tigers mauled newcomers Black Pearl FC 13-0.
The tournament is being played on a round-robin knock-out phase, in which there will be two groups of six teams. The top four from the respective group will advance to the knock-out phase.
The teams are playing for first place prize of one million dollars and championship trophy, while second to fourth-placed teams would pocket $400,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively and the corresponding accolade.