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Sunday, April 5, 2020
Home Sports Correction, apologies to P.G.’s Paradise/Freedom Fighters

Correction, apologies to P.G.’s Paradise/Freedom Fighters

Our apologies to owner/manager Patrick Flores and his Paradise/Freedom Fighters of Toledo for an error in our story in our mid-week issue titled “Emotions run high at MCC…”, where we stated that Orange Walk United suffered their first loss to Raymond Gentle-City Boys United, and the Freedom Fighters gained their first win over Third World FC in games last Sunday, March 13. In actual fact, Orange Walk had lost the previous week to the Freedom Fighters, so Sunday’s loss was O.W.’s second, and for the Freedom Fighters, Sunday’s victory was their second in the tournament. 
  
Following is a summary of the first 3 weeks of competition in the Belize Bank Super League Tournament 2011, and the current standings:
  
Week 1: Griga Knight’s 1:1 Hattieville Monarch FC; Placencia Assassin 3:1 Cayo South United; Orange Walk United 0:0 Third World FC; Raymond Gentle-City Boys United 3:0 Paradise/Freedom Fighters.
  
Week 2: Hattieville Monarch FC1:1 Cayo South United; Griga Knight’s 2:1 Placencia Assassin; Paradise/Freedom Fighters 2:1 Orange Walk United; Raymond Gentle-City Boys United 5:1 Third World FC.
  
Week 3: Raymond Gentle-City Boys United 2:0 Orange Walk United; Griga Knight’s 5:2 Cayo South United; Paradise/Freedom Fighters 1:0 Third World FC; Placencia Assassin 1:1 Hattieville Monarch FC.
  
Standings up to Sunday, March 13:
 
Revised Week 4 schedule:
 
Saturday, March 19
8:00 p.m. – Third World FC vs Griga Knight’s – MCC Grounds
 
Sunday, March 20
3:30 p.m. – Hattieville Monarch FC vs Orange Walk United – Hattieville Football Field
3:30 p.m. – Cayo South United vs Raymond Gentle-City Boys United – Camalote                                 Football Field
3:30 p.m. – Paradise/Freedom Fighters vs Placencia Assassin – Toledo Union Field
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