32 teams “There will be 32 participating KSAFA teams, plus guest team Portmore United. However, Portmore will not earn any point during their participation. The teams are in four groups based on geographical locations. At the completion of the group stage, the top two teams from each zone will advance to the quarter-final knockout stage,” Williams explained. Alliance MoneyGram is the main sponsor of the competition having pumped $1.2 million into the tournament with McKay Security contributing an additional $700,000. Partner Locker Room Sports will present 32 sets of gear, including jerseys and shorts, to the participating clubs valued at $1.6 million. Each club will receive 20 gear. New KSAFA President Wayne Shaw praised the sponsors for continuing their support of the competition. “The renewal of sponsorship by Alliance MoneyGram and McKay Security of the Under-20 competition forms part of our development programme. We also thank Locker Room Sports for their contribution of gear,” Shaw said. Alliance MoneyGram’s Marketing Officer Brandon Chin highlighted the value of youth development, which he pointed to as a major factor in their continued support of the competition. “We are pleased to be back as sponsors, as the development of young people is very important. We hope young people can turn their dreams into reality. Now, we look forward to a competitive and discipline season from the clubs,” Chin said. Meanwhile, the teams in Zone A reads: Allman-Woodford, Barbican, Cavalier SC, Santos, Mountain View, Real Mona, Swallowfield and UWI FC; Zone B Brown’s Town, Bull Bay, Central Kingston, Harbour View, New Kingston, Rae Town, Rockfort and Tivoli Gardens; Zone C – Arnett Gardens, Boys’ Town, Greenwich, Maxfield Park, Molynes United, Olympic Gardens, Seaview Gardens and Whitfield Town; and Zone D Constant Spring, Cooreville Gardens, Duhaney Park, Meadforest, Pembroke Hall, Stony Hill, Maverley-Hughenden, Waterhouse and Portmore United. The Kingston and St Andrew Football Association-Alliance MoneyGram-McKay Security Under-20 competition is set to begin next Tuesday. With defending champions Boys’ Town set to face off against Olympic Gardens in the lone game set for Collie Smith Drive, starting at 4 p.m. KSAFA’s competitions committee Chairman Marc Williams yesterday outlined the format of the annual Under-20 competition during the launch at Scotiabank Sports Club in Liguanea.
The funeral of a woman killed in a crash on Saturday afternoon last will take place on Thursday.Siobhan Hutcheon, 38, from Ardmore, Muff, who was originally from Derry, died in the crash involving a car and a Bus Eireann coach. Three children were in the car with her as they travelled to a holiday caravan in Donegal.The late Siobhan Hutcheon. Pic by (NW Newspix)Two of them are being cared for at Altnagelvin Hospital, while the third is at the Royal Victoria Hospital.They are all in a stable condition. The driver of the bus was not injured.The accident happened near Newtowncunningham on the main Letterkenny Road on Saturday 3 May. Speaking on BBC Radio Foyle on Tuesday, Fr John Farren said Mrs Hutcheon’s parents and her husband, Warren, were deeply shocked by her sudden death.“Siobhan was a bright and bubbly girl, she was what we would call ‘civil’. She would have always had the first word, was full of craic and very friendly,” he said.Fr Farren said the children were improving and the family hoped that the boy who is in the Royal Victoria Hospital would soon be transferred to be with the others in Altnagelvin Hospital, Derry.He said the family were getting support to help them through a very difficult time.“It is impossible to understand the shock,” he said.“Warren’s wife and children had headed off for a holiday weekend down in a caravan in Kerrykeel and this news was very shocking.” Mrs Hutcheon’s funeral is due to take place in Muff, following by burial in Derry’s city cemetery.WOMAN KILLED IN DONEGAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENT TO BE BURIED THURSDAY was last modified: May 6th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:accidentdeathdonegalfuneralmuffNewtowncunninghamSiobhan Hutcheon