Masters find old form for final

Masters football has only been going for a few weeks but it has captured the attention of supporters although the action is not as speedy as the Premier League version.

The middle-aged guys may be heavier and slower than in their prime, but on the whole games have been played in good spirit, although some have not lost their competitive edge so there have been a few flare ups.

Minimum age is 40 although some 39-year-olds qualify.

The Masters FA Cup final is being played on Wednesday 31 October between Bodden Town and Scholars International at the TE McField Annex.

Bodden Town beat Young Men 1-0 in the semis thanks to a Michael Moody goal.

Scholars beat Boca Juniors 2-0 on Monday with goals from Dwight Moxam 
and Olsen Bush.

The masters games were brought together mainly by the enthusiasm of Bodden Town MLA Dwayne Seymour who said: “We’ve been trying to do this for eight years and it has finally come about.

“I want to thank all the supporters and encourage them to come out for the FA Cup final.

“We’re not as fit as we used to be but we’re still keen and enjoy playing.”

The Masters FA Cup final is being played on Wednesday 31 October between Bodden Town and Scholars International at the TE McField Annex.

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