Tomorrow's People meet Catherine Hall to decide last qualifier

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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BICKERSTETH, St James — Western Confederation Super League teams Tomorrow's People and Catherine Hall will meet at the Bickersteth Community Centre this afternoon to decide the last qualifier for the quarter-finals of the St James Football Association Captain's Bakery and Grill Knock-out competition.

The game was rescheduled from last week and the winner of today's game will face another Super League team Granville United on Friday at Sam Sharpe Teachers' College.

Both teams are enjoying good seasons so far. Tomorrow's People are coming off an impressive 5-0 thrashing of Norwood Strikers in the Super League on Sunday, while Catherine Hall drew with Village United in Trelawny to stay second in their zone.

Meanwhile, the KO will continue tomorrow with two games at Jarrett Park to be highlighted by the clash between Montego Bay United and Wadadah that will be played as a tribute to the late Seba United coach Weston 'Wesso' King, starting at 6:00 pm.

In the first game, Norwood Strikers and Reggae Youths will meet, while on Saturday, Montego Bay United Under-21 and Melbourne will meet at Wespow Park.

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