Posted: Saturday, July 9, 2022. 11:55 am CST.
Photo Credit: Bay City/Wagiya SC United
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Corozal’s Bay City FC are favoured in the one-shot National Amateur Women’s League (NAWL) B Final against Dangriga’s Wagiya SC United on Saturday, so much so that the FFB programmed the NAWL A Finals for 6:00 pm instead of the 7:00 pm as the customs dictates when two games of this nature are played one after the other.
Normally, when two finals or a third-place game is followed by the final, an extra hour is reserved in case the first game goes into extra-time, but the FFB is of the opinion that the match will not need any overtime. That can only mean that they figure that Bay City will win in 90 since they have been so dominant during the championship. After all, Bay City have scored 96 unanswered goals so far and have also beaten Wagiya SC United 4-0 and 6-0 in their two encounters.
But Bay City FC, confident as they might be, are not underestimating their rivals.
“Playing the finals won’t be easy but we were made for this. Good luck to the other clubs in the finals,” said Bay City on social media.
“Bay City is ready.”
However, Wagiya are all pumped up. They already blasted the second place Cayo Dreamers, now they are going for the overwhelming Bay City. Wagiya, right now, are a team that has a lot of faith.
“Despite all the odds a team with most players being u17 and u20 has proved their worth and made it to the grandest stage of them all NAWL B FINALS!” said Wagiya SC United.
“Calling all of our fans. Let’s make it a memorable event! Let the stadium hear the beating of the drums and the roar of Wagiya!” the Southern team said in another post.
The match is scheduled for 4:00 pm at the FFB Stadium in Belmopan today, Saturday.
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