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CSSSA high schools football tournament kicks off today

BELIZE CITY–The Central Secondary Schools Sports Association (CSSSA) announced today that its 2015 high schools football tournament gets under way today with 6 female teams and 10 male teams participating. According to CSSSA President Deon Sutherland, if weather permits, the games will be played at the old Hostel field next to the Racoon Street Police Station. (That’s because the MCC has still not been declared open by the National Sports Council.)

From the tournament schedule released, the females will be playing a single round-robin before playoffs involving the top 4 teams. The males are divided into two groups of 5 teams each. Each group will play a single round-robin, after which the top 2 teams from each group will go on to the 4-team playoffs.

Games are played from Monday to Friday, starting at 4:00 p.m., and on Saturdays, starting at 10:00 a.m.

The tournament starts today, and the playoffs are scheduled to begin on Monday, February 2.

Games scheduled for this week are:
Mon. Jan. 12 – (F) Wesley vs Excelsior; (M) Wesley vs Sadie Vernon
Tue. Jan. 13 – (F) Gwen Liz vs SCA; (M) Gwen Liz vs SJC
Wed. Jan. 14 – (F) Ladyville Tech vs Pallotti; (M) Belize High School vs E.P. Yorke
Thurs. Jan. 15 – (F) Excelsior vs Gwen Liz; (M) Maude Williams vs Nazarene High
Fri. Jan. 16 – (F) SCA vs Ladyville Tech; (M) Wesley vs Ladyville Tech
Sat. Jan. 17 – (M) Gwen Liz vs Excelsior; (M) Sadie Vernon vs Belize High School; (M) SJC vs Maude Williams

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