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Sports Diary — April 12-18

Thursday, April 12, 2018

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TODAY

ISSA/Western Conference Girls' basketball

Montego Bay High vs Muschett — William Knibb — 1:30 pm

William Knibb vs Holland High — William Knibb — 3:00 pm

St James FA Sandals/ATL Division One semi-final

Club Ville vs Violet Kickers-UDC — 3:30 pm

FRIDAY APRIL 13

St James FA Sandals/ATL Senior League semi-finals

Somerton FC vs Heights FC — UDC — 3:30 pm

SATURDAY APRIL 14

Inaugural Catherine Hall Primary Relays — Herbert Morrison — 9:00 am

Trelawny FA Major League

Duanvale FC vs Granville FC — Duanvale Community Centre — 3:30 pm

Coopers Pen vs Daniel Town — Coopers Pen — 3:30 pm

Spicy Hill vs Invaders SC — Georgia Community Centre — 3:30 pm

St James FA Guardian Group Division 2

Barnett Oval vs King Gate- UDC — 3:00 pm

NBL- West final

Granville Jaguars vs MBCC Knights — Cricket Club — 6:00 pm

SUNDAY APRIL 15

Trelawny FA Major League

Salt Marsh United vs Rio Bueno FC —Davis Pen Community Centre — 3:30pm

Falmouth United vs Kinloss FC – EWYC — 3:30pm

Holland United vs Friendship FC- William Knibb — 3:30pm

Michael/Keith Thorpe Western Masters League

Cambridge vs Salt Spring Masters-Cornwall College — 2:30 pm

Violet Tourers vs Challenger — Cornwall College — 4:00 pm

Unity Masters vs Tower Hill — Mt Salem — 4:30pm

Hornets vs Advent Masters UDC field — 2:30pm

Copperwood Masters vs Faithful Masters UDC field — 4:30 pm

MONDAY APRIL 16

St James FA Sandals/ATL Division One semi-final

Bogue FC vs Cambridge FC —UDC field — 3:30 pm

TUESDAY APRIL 17

ISSA/Western Conference Girls' Basketball

Muschett vs Holland- Cornwall College -1:30pm

MoBay High vs Mt Alvernia- Cornwall College 3:00 pm

St James FA Sandals/ATL Senior League semi-finals

Lilliput Rovers vs Melbourne Mind Game- UDC 3:30 pm

WEDNESDAY APRIL 18

St James FA Guardian Group Division 2

Anchovy YC vs Belmount- Anchovy -3:00 pm

St James FC vs Sandals UDC -3:00 pm

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