Legends F.C lead Copa San Pedro 2017 football tournament
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Five games took place during the sixth week of the Copa San Pedro 2017 Football tournament, with the first two games played on Friday, October 12th.
The first match began at 7pm at the Ambergris Stadium, where Legends F.C defeated G. Strikers 3-1. At 9pm, Terror Squad faced United F.C with the match ending in a draw of 1-1.
The last three games of the sixth week of the tournament were played on Sunday, October 15th. First up were Boca Bombers who won by default against One Shot One Kill, who have been eliminated from the tournament for not showing up for two consecutive games. At 5pm, Martha’s Ice faced San Mateo F.C, with a 3-2 victory for Martha’s Ice. At 7pm, the last game of the week, saw Assassins F.C versus Victoria House, with a 4-3 winning for Assassin’s F.C.
The current standings after the sixth week have Legends F.C with 16 points, followed by United F.C with 14 points. Terror Squad and Jokers F.C have 13 points, and Boca Bombers have 12 points. Martha’s Ice have 10 points, and Sandy Point have seven points. Assassin’s F.C have six points, and G. Strikers have four points, followed by San Mateo F.C with three points. At the bottom of the chart, we have Victoria House Jr with one point.
Copa San Pedro continues this weekend with nine more games. On Thursday, October 19th, Sandy Point will face Victoria House Jr at 7pm, followed by G. Striker’s facing Terror Squad. On Friday, October 20th, Jokers F.C facing United F.C at 7pm, and at 9pm, G. Strikers take on Martha’s Ice. On Saturday, October 21st, Sandy Point faces Legends F.C at 7pm, and United F.C versus San Mateo F.C at 9pm. The last three games of the seventh week of Copa San Pedro 2017 are scheduled for Sunday, October 22nd, starting at 3pm with Martha’s Ice versus Victoria House Jr, and at 5pm Boca Bombers faces San Mateo F.C. The last game of the week will be at 7pm, Legends F.C versus Terror Squad. All islanders are invited to come out and support their favorite team this weekend.
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