Inaugural JFF u15 Girls Parish League to kick off on Saturday
The parishes of St. Thomas, St. James, St. Catherine and Kingston will host matches tomorrow (July 14) as action gets underway in the inaugural JFF Under 15 Girls Parish Football League.
The tournament to be played on six Saturdays will see parishes playing in their respective confederations for the first four rounds in a round robin format with each parish playing each other a total of four times within their respective confederation over four weeks to decide a winner.
Each preliminary round game day will see six matches in each confed with all the teams meeting each other once in their respective confederation every game day.
After four rounds of such meetings ending on august 11 the top team in the Eastern Confed will face off with the KSAFA winners in semifinal one while the South Central champion tackle the Western Confed top side in semifinal two in a double header on August 25 at a venue to be decided.
The final is set for September 1 also at a venue to be decided.
St. James, Westmoreland, Hanover and Trelawny are the teams in the Western Confed while St. Ann, St.Mary, Portland and St. Thomas are the Eastern Confed sides.
South Central consists of St. Catherine, Clarendon, Manchester and St. Elizabeth while Kingston and St. Andrew makes up KSAFA.