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Police footballers looking for opponents in tourney

| 12/05/2017 | 1 Comment
CNS Local Life

One of this year’s RCIPS football teams

(CNS Local Life): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) is hosting its annual departmental six-a-side Championship League Competition, set for next month. Themed “RCIPS Football Club in the Community for the Community”, the main goal of the competition is to continue to build camaraderie and fellowship within the organisation and outside of it, with the wider community.

The police sports committee, which is organising the event, is reaching out to any businesses, associations or private individuals who wish to show their support for the police by participating in this special competition, stated an RCIPS press release.

Registration is open for corporate teams (private and public, a maximum of 10), youth squads and other law enforcement teams. The RCIPS began the inter-departmental part of the competition last month; the external matches will start some time after registration closes on 30 May.

The final day of competition will be Monday, 3 July 2017 at the CIFA field in Prospect.

The registration fee for both corporate clubs and law enforcement football teams is $100, payable to the Police Welfare Fund.

For additional information, email Sergeant Michael Montaque, PC Athelston WattsDC Dwayne Simpson or the Police Welfare Committee

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This is great to see and will be very beneficial for local clubs who will begin preseason training around that time! One thing I might suggest is clarifying whether females will be participating separately or if the teams will be co-ed.

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