6-a-side Interoffice Football Tournament approaching quarterfinals

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016


After 12 weeks of the 6-a-side Interoffice Football Tournament regular season, playoffs were held on Monday, September 12th to Thursday, September 15th. Four teams: Victoria’s House, Mambo Boys, Rain and Martha’s Ice, have already qualified for quarterfinals. As usual, fans gathered at the Honorable Louis Sylvestre Sporting Complex to support their favorite team.Inter Office Football Tournamnet-4
Below are the latest results for the tournament:

Monday, September 12th:
Victoria House 2 vs Gonzales Adventures 0
Mambo Boys 0 vs Plan B 0
Rain 1 vs Tropic Strikers 0
Martha’s Ice 1 vs Tropic Turbine 0

Tuesday, September 13th:
Taxi Strikers 0 vs Pimp Your Ride 1
Costa Boys 3 vs Cayo Espanto
Genesis 0 vs S.P.T.C Boys 0
Caribeña 2 vs Captain Morgan’s 3

Wednesday, September 14th:
Tropic Turbine 1 vs Martha’s Ice 4
Tropic Strikers 1 vs Rain 0
Plan B 0 vs Mambo Boys 2
Gonzales Adventures 1 vs Victoria House 2

Thursday, September 15th:
Captain Morgan’s 0 vs Caribeña F.C. 1
S.P.T.C Boys 0 vs Genesis 0
Cayo Espanto 2 vs Costa Boys 3
Pimp Your Ride 0 vs Taxi Strikers 2

Aggregate results:
Captain Morgan’s 3 vs Caribeña F.C 3
( Penalty Shots Captain Morgan’s 1 vs Caribeña F.C 3)
S.P.T.C Boys 0 vs Genesis 0
( Penalty Shots S.P.T.C Boys 2 vs Genesis 1 )
Cayo Espanto 2 vs Costa Boys 6
Taxi Strikers 2 vs Pimp Your Ride 1

The San Pedro Town Council’s Sport Committee has arranged for the quarterfinals to take place on Friday, September 23rd and Saturday, 24th at the Sporting Complex. All fans are encouraged to come out and cheer on their favorite teams!

Quarterfinals schedule:
Friday, September 23rd:
Taxi Strikers vs Costa Boys at 7PM
Victoria House vs S.P.T.C Boys at 7:50PM
Mambo Boys vs Caribeña F.C. at 8:40PM
Rain vs Martha’s at 9:30PM

Saturday Sept 24th:
Martha’s Ice vs Rain at 7PM
S.P.T.C Boys vs Victoria House at 7:50PM
Caribeña F.C vs Mambo Boys at 8:40PM
Costa Boys vs Taxi Strikers at 9:30PM


 

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