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FOOTBALL: Flow Champions Cup resumes with three quarter-final matches

Published:Thursday | October 16, 2014 | 10:46 AM

The 2014 Flow Champions Cup knockout football competition resumes today with three quarter-final matches.



Of the six teams hunting semi-final spots today four of them are Premier League sides.



The Premiership sides are Boys’ Town, Harbour View, Sporting Central and Reno.



Boys’ Town will host former top-flight campaigners Portmore United at Collie Smith Drive; Harbour View will play away to Highgate United at St Mary Sports Complex, while Sporting Central and Reno will face off at Juici Park in Clarendon.



All matches are scheduled to start at 3 p.m.



Meanwhile, the quarter-final fixture between Montego Bay United and Tivoli Gardens at Wespow Park yesterday was not played.



Tivoli Gardens had asked for a postponement citing that some of their players were affected by illness associated with the chikungunya virus.



There is 50 per cent increase in prize money this season, with the winner walking away with $1.5 million.



The beaten-finalists this year will receive $440,000, while each of the two semi-final losers will walk away with $220,000 each.



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