Sport Diary — January 17

Thursday, January 17, 2019

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TODAY, January 17

St James FA Sandals Major League

Marl Road vs Cambridge FC – UDC field 3:00pm

FRIDAY, January 18

St James FA Sandals Division One

Lane FC vs Margaritaville- UDC field 3:00pm

Sam Sharpe TC vs Firehouse FC – Granville 3:00pm

SATURDAY, January 19

ISSA/ Headley Cup cricket

Zone B

Green Pond vs Cornwall College – Green Pond 10:00am

Frome Tech vs Herbert Morrison – Frome 10:00am

Cambridge High vs St James High – Cambridge 10:00am

SUNDAY, January 20

JFF Western Confederation Charley's JB Rum Super League

Wadadah FC vs Grand Palladium – UDC field 3:00pm

Faulkland FC vs Somerton FC – Jarrett Park 3:00pm

Lucea FC vs Harmony FC – Rusea's 3:00pm

Hopewell United vs Falmouth United – Orchard 3:00pm

Sandals South Coast vs Granville United – Crocs Lawn 3:00pm

MONDAY, January 21

St James FA Sandals Major League

MoBay City FC vs Boys Club – UDC field 3:00pm

TUESDAY, January 22

ISSA Headley Cup cricket

Zone B

St James High vs Frome – St James 10:00am

Herbert Morrison Tech vs Cornwall College- Herbert Morrison 10:00 am

Cambridge High vs Green Pond – Cambridge 10:00 am

JFF Western Confederation Charley's JB Rum Super League

Reggae Youths vs Delveland PYC – UDC field 3:00pm

WEDNESDAY, January 23

St James FA Sandals Major League

Lilliput Rovers vs Violet Kickers- Spot Valley 3:00pm

Bogue FC vs Heights FC – UDC field 3:00pm

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