Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2023. 10:52 am CST.
Photo Credit: Mavericks United
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The final four clubs to qualify for the Round of 16 in the National Amateur Interdistrict Championship (NAIC) will be determined on Sunday after the final four games are played.
So far, twelve clubs have advanced. Caesar Ridge, Club Atletico, Lake I, Top Shottaz, Napoles, Caribbean Rum Boyz, Terror Squad, and Griga Conquerors qualified since last week when they won the first leg.
Silk Grass Ballerz, Bamba’s, Shark Shooters, and Calcutta Bulls punched their tickets on Saturday.
The two Cayo teams (Flames and 7 Miles), having lost their two games, are waiting for Sunday’s results hoping to squeeze in.
The final four are set for Sunday, June 25.
Sarteneja and Napoles face off at the Ricalde Stadium in Corozal Town at 4:00pm. Currently, Sarteneja have the worst goal difference having lost the first game 6-1 in Belmopan. A point is all they need to balance off the equation.
Sindbad and Caribbean Rum Boyz clash in the Orange Walk derby at the Louisiana Football Field at 3:30 pm. The Rum Boyz lead 1-0.
Mavericks United go for revenge against Terror Squad FC at the Victor Sanchez Union Field in Punta Gorda at 4:00 pm. Mavericks United stumbled 2-0 last weekend in San Pedro.
The final game of the weekend features 501 Spartans hosting Griga Conquerors at the Michael Ashcroft Stadium in Independence at 7:00 pm. The 501 Spartans are trailing 3-1 after losing the first game in Dangriga.
By the end of Sunday, when the final four games are played, we’ll know all the teams qualified for the Round of 16.
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