With the Ash Wednesday holiday
Kings Sports Centre did not see much in the way of five-a-side football this
However next week sees indoor football
return to normal and offers plenty to look out for at the WestTel Arena.
With division one not picking up for
the next few weeks focus falls squarely on the Transformers and division two.
Thanks to solid play from Dominique
Pearson and McAndy Thomas they have a good handle on their division. The side
is back in action on Monday at 7pm versus HSBC.
On their heels though are McAlpine
United (featuring top scorer Hank Parchment) and Old Boys FC (with star players
Daniel Cummings and Statan Clarke).
Division three sees little change
as the CFP Buzz Crusaders remain the crème of the crop. The Buzz added an
eighth straight victory last week in a 5-2 win over third place PWC.
CFP hopes to keep its unbeaten form
going against WestStar next Wednesday at 8pm. Hoping to lead the charge is the
three-headed scoring monster of Kris Pearson, Jason Bainbridge and Dan Stuber.
TV anchor Jason Harper carries the hopes of the WestStar side.
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