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Four teams in the hunt for U15 boys championship

The search for the Stars of Tomorrow has reached its climax as the PFF U15 Boys National Championship 2019 enters its Final Round which is slated on February 26 and 28 2020 at the PFF National Training Center in Carmona, Cavite.  

The teams from National Capital Region FA, Mount Apo RFA, Davao-South RFA, and Negros Occidental FA will play in the semifinals on February 26 for the right to play in the final on February 28.  

The four remaining teams confirmed their participation in the Final Round after finishing in the top two of their respective groups in the National Championship Round held in Carmona for Group 2 November 11 to 19, 2020 and Davao City for Group 2 December 13 to 18, 2020 respectively.   

Group 1 winner, the team from National Capital Region FA will face Group 2 runner-up Mount Apo RFA. 

Group 2 winner Davao-South RFA will face Group 1 runner-up Negros Occidental FA. 

The semifinal losers will face-off in the 3rd/4th place play-off while the winners of the two semi-final ties will face off in the final.  

Meanwhile, the best-attacking team in the tournament showed why by scoring 74 goals: 42  from their unbeaten campaign in Luzon Group B, and 32 from their Group 1 campaign.  

They have gone 10 matches unbeaten, winning their first eight convincingly before drawing with Negros Occidental FA in a 3-3 draw last November 17, 2019, finishing on top of the group with a superior goal differential.  

Armed with international experience, the boys of coach Richard Leyble is looking to extend their streak as they lean on the dynamic duo of  skipper  Dominic Tom and  Matthias Xavier Lozano who led the team with combined total of 28 goals, with the former scoring 7 goals in the National Championship Round.  

Topics: National Capital Region FA , Mount Apo RFA , Davao-South RFA , Negros Occidental FA , PFF U15 Boys National Championship 2019

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