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Football fever

The lucrative LIME Pelican Football Challenge has once again generated much excitement among fans and footballers alike.

Yesterday at Kensington Oval there were three intriguing matches, none no more so than the encounter between Broad Street Men’s and Women’s Red Tridents and Top Bay Settlers which the latter won 4-1 after being down 1-0 at half-time.

Here national player Rommel Burgess (right) of Red Tridents tries to block Top Bay’s Mustafa Haqq’s shot as referee Edwin Adams watches on.

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