Saturday, March 2, 2024

Kicking with pride


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It was the perfect night for a football party.
It was a party that started at the famous Kensington Oval on Wednesday night and ended on the streets of Carrington Village.
Players and fans of Jose y Jose Bajan Pride Ballers also had some extra funds as they took to the streets. Those funds amounted to $100 000.
The Pride concluded two months of attractive open football on a cloudy Independence night, becoming the champions of the inaugural LIME/Pelican Football Challenge thanks to a classy 1-0 win over a game Nu Look 360 Connection, in front of an appreciative 9 000-strong crowd at the region’s most historic cricket ground. (BA)


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