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Crunch time for Wales, Dames


Added 19 October 2019


Empire’s Jabarry Chandler (left) and Wales’ Hadan Holligan, playing against each other in an earlier Capelli Cup match, will be looking to lead their teams to victories tonight. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

Weymouth Wales and Clayton’s Kola Tonic Notre Dame will be hoping to keep their Capelli Cup hopes alive after their crucial championship stage clash tonight at the Wildey Turf.

Both teams have been drawn in a mouth-watering group with University of the West Indies (UWI) Blackbirds and only a victory will be satisfactory if they are to progress to the quarter-finals.

One of Wales’ strengths this season has been the quality they have been able to call on off the bench.

The Dames’ domestic form has been inconsistent recently but they have shown a strong attacking threat and greater creativity from midfield so far and their improved cohesion should serve them well against a stacked Wales. (NM)

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