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Attractive cash prizes await veteran football teams

15th November, 2017

KOTA KINABALU: Veteran football teams or clubs in Sabah or Labuan are invited to take part at the Sabah Unity League Football tournament.

The seventh edition of the tournament organised by Penampang Unity Football Club (PUFC) is scheduled to kick off early January, next year.

The opening is expected to be held at the Penampang Sports Complex.

This tournament will feature two categories, namely the Mixvet and the Supervet categories. Mixvet is for age group ranging from 40 years and above, while the Supervet is strictly for those who are 50 years old.

This competition is an annual event which started way back in 2010, primarily aimed to promote and foster unity and integration among the veteran football players, football clubs, sports bodies, government organisations and football fans in Sabah through sports besides promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Attractive cash prizes and trophies worth more than RM50K await the winners. Tournament organiser Edwin Jomiji said so far this competition has received a favourable response from teams in both categories.

“The organiser has decided to limit the participating teams to 32 in the Mixvet and 20 teams in the Supervet category,” said Edwin.

Edwin added that the competition system will be played based on the World Cup format of 32 teams. However, there would be slight modification depending on the circumstances.

The deadline for registration is on Nov 20, while the managers’ meeting would be held a week after registration closes.

The rules and regulations of the tournament and participation forms and other related documents are now available for collection from officials in charge.

For more details do contact Edwin (010-8702988), Carfester Mokujin (016-8049030) or Benjamin (017-8896075). – FRANCIS XAVIER

   
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