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‘Happy’ Sutherland KO quarter-finals kick off today

Wednesday, January 11, 2017    

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The quarter-finals of the 2016/2017 St Catherine Football Association (SCFA) “Happy” Sutherland Knockout competition will be held today and tomorrow at the Spanish Town Prison Oval.

Today, defending champions Portmore United will meet Bodles FC at 4:00 pm, while Frazsers Whip FC go up against Royal Lakes at 6:00 pm.

In tomorrow’s fixtures, Federal United and former champions Naggo Head SC meet at 4:00 pm, while at 6:00 seasoned campaigner Newland FC cross swords with newcomers Cedar Grove.

Meanwhile, Federal FC lead the points standings in Zone A of the SCFA/FLOW Major League with 10 points, followed closely by Old Harbour United FC with nine points, next are Portsmouth United and Royal Lakes on six points apiece. New Raiders United and Watson Grove are on four points each.


In Zone B, Christian Pen FC lead with 10 points, but are being hounded by Dela Vega City FC on nine points. They are followed by Bodles with eight points, Frazsers Whip on four points, Newland with one, while GC Foster are yet to gain a point.

— Bev Melbourne

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