July 24, 2018
Two new divisions in Breakaway Masters Organization football tournament

Two new divisions, a women’s category and an Under-19 segment, are the additions to the 2018 St Vincent Brewery/ Digicel Breakaway Masters invitational football tournament.

When the eighth edition of the tournament opened last Saturday afternoon at Grammar School Playing Field, organisers indicated that six teams were expected in the women’s division, with nine already registered in the Under-19.

Making up the Under-19 are Unlimited Strikers, Je Belle, Largo Height, Adare, Volcanoes, System Three, Camdonia-Chelsea, Avenues and Layou.

The two additions go along with the already established firms and Agricultural Input Warehouse Under-16.

Twenty–two teams are in the Firms Division and 12 in the Under-16 division.

In Zone A of the Firms’ Division are Ministry of Education, Massy Stores, Bonadies, Toni Stores, Combine Banks, SVG Brewery, Gaymes Pharmacy, Fisher Folks, SVG Port Authority, Everyready Downstreet Mini Mart Combine and CK Greaves.

Meanwhile, in Zone B are KFC, AIA, CWSA, R & R Construction Transport and Works, RSVG Police Force, Coreas Distribution, Vinlec, Digicel, Customs, ED Laynes, and SVG Post.

And, in the Under-16, K & R Strikers, Adare, Unlimited Strikers, Largo Height, Avenues, Je Belle, Systems Three, One and Two, Camdonia-Chelsea and Belfongo, as well as Volcanoes One and Two.

Two exhibition matches were featured at last Saturday’s opening.

In the first of the double-header, System Three and K & R Strikers played to a nil-nil draw in a women’s match and Sion Hill humbled Breakaway in an encounter for the masters.

When the firms competition began in earnest on Sunday, KFC, on the back of a single strike from Kevin Davis, beat AIA one-nil.

The other match on that day, produced a similar result, as Kishorn Durham scored the lone goal for Toni Stores over Bonadies.

At Saturday’s opening, Bonadies was adjudged the best dressed team on show.