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Team La Trinidad tops first Goshen Land Football Cup
Harley Palangchao

Team La Trinidad dominated the 1st Goshen Land Football Cup by topping the 10-Under and 12-Under categories of the event held at Brent International Football Field over the weekend.

La Trinidad Central School likewise grabbed the second runner-up in the 12-Under of the two-day tournament that drew 50 teams with 600 players from public and private schools and football clubs in Baguio City, La Trinidad, and Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.

With Team La Trinidad at the helm in the 10-Under, Pinsao and Baguio Central School placed first and second runners-up, respectively.

In the 12-Under, Goshen Land Football Club placed third in the event backed by Nathanael John Builders and Deve-lopment Corp, A.C. Ong Consulting, Arch. Leo Carpio, Baguio Midland Courier, Sights & Graphics Outdoor Media, Fabulo Beauty & Image Salon,  Mother Earth Deli Basket, and G.A. Flores.

Benguet State University also won the 14-Under while Cordillera Goshen Land FC-A and Cordillera Goshen Land FC-B placed second and third runners-up in that order.

Cordillera Goshen Land Football Club-A topped the 17-Under Boys with Brent and Cordillera Goshen Land FC-B winning second and third runners-up, respectively.

In the kiddie side, Cordillera Goshen Land FC Bonifacio Team won in the 6-Under category while Doña Aurora placed first runner-up and Josefa Team A placed second as Josefa Team B settled for the third runner-up honors. 

Baguio Football Club dominated the 8-Under category while BUFC Small World, Balili Football Academy, and Cordillera Goshen Land FC settled first runner-up, second runner-up and third runner-up, respectively.

Lawyer Alexander Bangsoy, chief executive officer of Goshen Land Capital Inc., said the recent football tournament will benefit unprivileged but inspired football athletes.




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