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YOUTH SOCCER CONTINUES OCT. 14 & 15

St. Thomas Youth Soccer games continue Saturday at UVI and Antilles Field and Sunday at UVI.
The schedule of games is as follows:
Saturday
Antilles fields (2 fields).
8 a.m.: Under 7 – Antilles White vs. Antilles Blue.
8 a.m.: Under 7 – Montessori vs. All Saints.
9 a.m.: Under 10 – Antilles Blue vs. All Saints Gold.
9 a.m.: Under 10 – Antilles Red vs. All Saints Green.
10 a.m.: Under 10 – Antilles Gold vs. Montessori.
10 a.m.: Under 10 – Antilles White vs. Youth Soccer.
11 a.m.: Under 13 – Antilles/Montessori vs. All Saints.(full field)
UVI Field
8 a.m.: Under 13 – Youth Soccer vs. Dober.
9:30 a.m.: Under 13 – Sibilly vs. St. John Girls.
11 a.m.: Under 14 – Youth Soccer vs. Cancryn.
Sunday
UVI field.
2 p.m.: Under 14 – All Saints vs. St. Johns.
Game Details: Players and coaches must be on the field 20 minutes before start time. Under 7 – 20 minutes per half, 5 minute halftime, size 3 ball; 7 a-side. Under 10 – 25 minutes per half, 5 minute halftime, size 4 ball; 9 a-side. Under 13 – 30 minutes per half, 5 minute halftime, size 4 ball; 9 a-side. Under 14 – 35 minutes per half, 5 minute halftime, size 5 ball; 9 a-side.
All players, for all age groups must have completed the personal information form, the personal release form, submitted 2 photographs and a copy of their birth certificate or passport. If this information was not submitted before, it must be done before the games start. Players who have not completed these forms or submitted the photos and documents will not be allowed to play.
For more information call Tanya Ward Benjamin at 776-2105 or Stephen Brusch at 776-2237

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