October 7, 2014
Firms Football quarter-finalists decided… ADARE stays undefeated

The quarter-finalists in the senior division of the Digicel/Aeropost/Hairoun Beer/Breakaway Masters Firms Football Competition and their match-ups, have been determined.{{more}}

The pairing pits the Ministry of Education against Gibson’s Building Supplies; Fisheries take on the Ministry of Transport and Works, while the Central Water and Sewerage Authority face Ministry of Health.

The other quarter-final match-up sees defending champions ECGC taking on the Ministry of Housing.

ECGC won all its six matches in Group A. Also emerging from that group were Gibson’s Building Supplies and CWSA.

The Ministries of Transport and Works, Health and Housing, all came through from Group Two, with the Ministry of Education and Fisheries advancing from Group Three.

The quarter-finals are slated for the weekend of October 18 and 19.

Meanwhile, in the Agriculture Input Warehouse Under-15 Division, ADARE is proving to be the invincible unit, as they are yet to lose a match.

The Barrouallie based ADARE, which is essentially the Central Leeward Secondary School’s Under-16 outfit, came out of the preliminary round of competition as the lone unbeaten team.

ADARE tallied 28 points, gained from nine wins and one drawn match.

Joining ADARE in the play-offs to determine the league winners are System Three One, Central Shooters and Owia.

Coached by the endearing Damien John, ADARE is also on course for another title, as they meet Central Shooters in the Knockout final.

But leading the pack in goal scoring is Central Shooters’ Trey Prince, who has so far netted 14 goals.(RT)