Copa San Pedro 2017 Football Tournament continues
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
During the ninth week of Copa San Pedro, six games took place at the Ambergris Stadium in San Pedro Town. The first two were played on Thursday, November 2nd.
At 7PM, G. Strikers faced Victoria House Jr, with an easy 3-2 victory going to G. Strikers. At 9PM, the second match saw Martha’s Ice who won 3-2 over United F.C.
The following day, Legends F.C defeated Jokers F.C 3-0. At 9PM, Terror Squad faced Boca Bombers, with a solid 6-1 win going to Terror Squad.
The last two games of the week concluded on Sunday, November 4th. At 5PM, Victoria House Jr. won by default against San Mateo F.C. The second game saw Assassins F.C against Sandy Point, with the game ending in a 0-0 draw.
The current standing of Copa San Pedro are as follow: Group One – Legends FC at 23 points, United FC at 22 points, Martha’s Ice at 19 points and Boca Bombers at 15 points; Group Two – Sandy point with 18 points, Jokers FC with 17 points, Assassins Fc with 13 points and San Mateo FC with one point; Group three – Terror Squad with 25 point, G Strikers with 10 points, Victoria House Jr. with four points and One Shot One Kill with no points.
Copa San Pedro continues this weekend with five more games. On Thursday, November 9th, at 7PM, Assassins F.C face Terror Squad. On Friday, November 10th, Martha’s Ice versus Boca Bombers, and at 7PM, legends F.C takes on Victoria House Jr. The Last Two games of the week are scheduled for Sunday, November 12th, starting at 5PM, with Jokers F.C versus Assassins F.C, and at 7PM, Sandy Point facing G. Strikers. 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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