KSAFA boss expects 'exciting' Jackie Bell KO final

Published: Tuesday | February 19, 2013 Comments 0
Speid
Speid

Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) president, Rudolph Speid, expects an exciting showdown between rival teams Harbour View and Boys' Town when they decide the KSAFA/Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell knockout final tomorrow at Stadium East, starting at 6 p.m.

"We are anticipating an exciting contest as Harbour View is the number one team in the island, while Boys' Town is a club that always fights to the end," he said.

Speid also disclosed that the sponsors will be having their usual giveaways and there will also be entertainment provided. The cover cost for entry is $500 per person.

Both finalists will battle for the Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell Trophy and winning cash prize of $350,000, while the runners-up will receive $250,000. There will be a third-place cash incentive of $150,000, while the fourth-place team will earn $100,000.

The Corporate Area knockout competition was named in honour of football coach and administrator Winthorpe 'Jackie' Bell, who died in an accident alongside friend Dennis Ziadie while attending the 1986 FIFA World Cup Finals in Mexico.

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