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Eight teams to battle for honours

8th December, 2017

By UMESH RAJAN

KOTA KINABALU: Around eight teams have confirmed their participation for the Marven Sports Cup Under-14 Football Tournament, kicking off on Saturday at the Penampang District Council football field.

Among the teams are SAFA Putatan, Bahang FC, Crusaders Junior, Labak FC, Simfield, Marven Sports FC, Malta and Labuan FC.

The inaugural tournament is organised by Sabah Football Association (SAFA) Penampang, and supported by Media Mix Team (MMT) and Marven Sports.

Tournament coordinator, Adam Suleiman Abdullah who is also SAFA Penampang development committee head said that the eight teams will be divided into two groups where the top two teams of each group qualify for the semi-final stage.

“The semi-final and also final match will be played on Sunday and judging by the quality of the team, we should expect intense battles throughout the tournament,” he said when contacted, yesterday.

Meanwhile, organising chairman, Willie Jude Junaidi was delighted with the number of teams taking part in the tournament while thanking all the sponsors, especially Penampang District Council for their support.

   
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