Posted: Monday, January 9, 2023. 1:55 pm CST.
Photo Credit: OWFA
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Orange Walk Football Association on Sunday postponed the five games that were to mark the resumption of the Kevin Bernard 1st Division Men’s Football Tournament at the Louisiana Football Field in Orange Walk.
These being the last games of the regular season, the teams are jostling for position in the playoffs.
“Due to field conditions and weather forecast, all games scheduled to be played today for the Hon. Kevin Bernard 1st Division Male Tournament has been postponed till next week,” said the OWFA.
These five games are the last matches in the regular season. They should determine which teams and what order they qualify for the playoffs.
This coming Sunday the games should be played in the same order they were set for this past weekend.
The first match will feature Progresso and the Red Devils at 9:00 am. The second game will pit Guinea Grass Lazio against Louisiana at 11:00 am. Trinidad will then match up against Charlie’s Cave Tubing at 1:00pm. Mi Gente will play the fourth match against Caribbean Rum Boyz at 3:00 pm. San Jose and San Felipe will close the day starting at 5:00 pm.
The OWFA 1st Division is divided into two groups. Group A consists of seven teams while Group B comprises eight.
San Antonio are tops in Group A with 15 points. Caribbean Rum Boyz follow with 12. Mi Gente and Guinea Grass are next with 6 each. Palmar follow with 5, San Jose with 4, and San Felipe trail with 1.
Group B is led by the San Jose Pumas with 15 points. Charlie’s Cave Tubing are second with 12. Louisiana have 11. Progresso and Trinidad follow with 10 each, the Red Devils and Lazio have 3, while San Francisco are at the bottom without a point.
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