Copa San Pedro Continues
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
During the seventh week of the Copa San Pedro 2017 Football tournament, nine games took place at the Ambergris Stadium in San Pedro Town. The first two were played on Thursday, October 19th.
At 7PM, Sandy Point faced Victoria House, with a solid 10-1 win for Sandy Point. At 9PM, Terror Squad won 4-1 over the G. Strikers.
The following day, Jokers F.C faced United F.C, with a match that ended in a 2-2 draw. The second match took place at 9PM with Martha’s Ice dominating 7-1 over G. Striker’s.
Copa San Pedro resumed on Saturday, October 21st, and the first game saw United F.C winning 2-1 over San Mateo F.C. Legends F.C faced Sandy Point in the following match, but neither team scored, ending the match in a 0-0 draw.
The last three games of the week concluded on Sunday, October 22nd. First up was Martha’s Ice who defeated Assassins F.C 5-2. At 5PM, Boca Bombers came out victorious with a 4-2 score over San Mateo F.C. At 7pm, the last game of the week, Terror Squad won 1-0 over Legends F.C.
The current standings of Copa San Pedro 2017 have Terror Squad on top with 19 points, followed by United F.C with 18 points. Legends F.C have 17 points and Martha’s Ice have 16 points. Boca Bombers have 15 points, followed by Jokers F.C with 14 points. Sandy Point has 11 points, while Assassin’s F.C have nine points, and G. Strikers have four points. San Mateo has three points, and at the bottom of the chart, Victoria House Jr has one point.
Copa San Pedro continues this upcoming weekend with six more games. On Thursday, October 26th, Jokers F.C face Sandy Point at 7PM, followed by Terror Squad against Victoria House Jr. On Friday, October 27th, Boca Bombers face United F.C at 7PM, and at 9PM Legends F.C take on Martha’s Ice. The last two games of the week are scheduled for Sunday, October 29th, starting at 5PM, with Boca Bombers versus Sandy Point, and at 7PM, San Mateo F.C faces Assassins F.C. All islanders are invited to come out and support their favorite team this weekend. Food and refreshments will be on sale during the games.
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