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Wales and Ellerton to battle for $50 000 in Capelli Cup final

Nick Maitland,

Added 01 December 2019

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Shakille Belle is expected to be the main man for Ellerton. (FILE)

All eyes will be fixed on theWildey Turf tonight when Crane & Equipment Ellerton take on Weymouth Wales battle for a grand prize of $50 000 in the final of the inaugural Capelli Sport Super Cup.

Ellerton have notched seven wins en route to the final, notably two eight-goal performances over Checker Hall and Villa United and a nine-goal annihilation of Youth Milan, which contributed to almost 80 per cent of their 34 goals.

Shakille Belle has been an obvious danger man, with ten goals from his side’s seven games but the goalscoring exploits of teammate Shaquan Clarke should not be overlooked.

Wales, on the other hand, are on a run of eight consecutive wins after playing one game more than Ellerton in the group phase. 

They have been efficient in all areas of the pitch, with goal and assist contributions shared rather evenly throughout the squad. The Carrington Village side are the reigning BFA Champions Cup winners and last won the Premier League in 2018. (NM)

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