Three teams are deadlocked on twelve points at the top of the table in the 2017 St Mark Football Competition. However, Upstreet leads having played one game less.
The boys from Upstreet played unbeaten to-date after four matches while the other front runners Villa and Pasture who also sit on twelve points played five matches.
Position four is occupied by Uprising with nine points from four matches, St Mark Secondary School seven points from seven matches, Maran 3 points from 4 matches, Bonair 3 points from 6 matches, Up to the Times, 4 points from 7 matches, and Non-Pariel 3 points from 6 matches.
The preliminary round of the competition is expected to climax next weekend, this would be followed by the commencement of the quarterfinal round where the top eight finishers are expected to battle for a stake in the finals.
According to chief organiser the competition George Phillip, the quarterfinal round of competition would be played on a knockout basis where the losers head home.
The finals of the 2017 competition, is carded for October 19th and this would be followed by a prize-giving ceremony carded for October 24th.
Meanwhile, matches scheduled for this weekend:
On Saturday, September 30th in match one Bonair meets Uprising and in match two Maran and Up To The Time face each other.
Tuesday, October 3rd in match one, Up To The Times plays Up Street and game two, Villa meets Bonair. Thursday, October 5th, Non-Pariel takes on Maran in match one and in match two Upstreet takes on Uprising.