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The 2016 Dynamic Football League 2nd Conference Will Start Today

by | Posted on: July 16th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Regional News
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The second conference of the Dynamic Football League will begin at the Sta. Maria Football Field in Talisay City, Negros Occidental with sixty teams seeing action in different age-groups.



The event will carry out until September 4 with matches to be played on Saturdays only.

In the Under 11 category, there will be thirteen teams expected to competein two different groups as decided by the organizers.

Seagull Trinitarian FC, Montevista Elementary School, Athletico Magallon FC, Bago FC, St. Scholastica’s Academy, Kickers FC, and Sum-ag ES will compose the Under 11 Group 1.

University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, Estefania ES, Trinity Christian school, University of St. La Salle-IS, St. John’s Institute, and Educational Training Center School (ETCS) 3 will be in the Under 11 Group 2.

Trinity Christian School, Rizal ES, Cadiz FC, STI-WNU FC, USLS-IS, ETCS 3, Sum-ag ES, and Montevista ES will be in the Under 13 Group 1 category.

City of Kabankalan FC, Bago FC, Athletico Magallon FC, Escalante FC, Silay FC, UNO-R and SJI will be on the Under 13 Group 2.

Additionally participating in the 2 nd Conference of the DFL are girls’ squad coming from:

Silay FC team B, SSA Team B, Athletico Magallon FC, and Rizal ES in Group 1.

Pontevedra FC, USLS-IS, Centurions FC, Silay FC team A and SSA-team B in Group 2.

To feature much more action to the competition, the DFL is going to have the men’s open category in this conference.

Ceres-La Salle FC, City of Kabankalan FC, Villa Angela FC, Silver Dragon FC, Pontevedra FC and Escalante FC are the six teams which will compete in the Men’s Open.

This year’s tournament is the biggest since the competition started four years ago according to Ricky Yanson, Negros Occidental Football Association president as well as the DFL chairman.

The DFL serves as a training ground for young footballers in the province to develop their skills,” said Yanson.

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