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TFA/Victor Wright KO kicks off Sunday

Thursday, November 16, 2017

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny - Newly crowned Trelawny Football Association's President's Cup Knockout champions, Harmony FC, will start their quest for a second title on Sunday, when they take on Prospect Links in the first round of the Victor Wright Knock-out at Bounty Hall, set to start at 3:00 pm.

Harmony FC beat Coopers Pen in the President's Cup final and will start favourites to win the first prize of $100,000 in the 16-team competition.

Last season, Harmony FC were knocked out in the semi-finals and will be seeking to go at least one step further this season.

Coopers Pen FC are the defending champions in the Victor Wright knock-out, and will kick off their defence on Sunday at home to Kinloss FC.

The second game on Saturday will see Clark's Town facing off against Jackson Town at Cedric Titus High, while on Sunday, defending champions Coopers Pen will play Kinloss Fc at Coopers Pen, and Holland United face Granville FC at the Elleston Wakeland Centre.

The first round continues the following weekend with four more games - two each on Saturday and Sunday, before the draw for the second round.

— Paul Reid

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