With all teams in the Barbados Premier League and Division 1 already aware of where they stand in their respective leagues, the time has come for the top and bottom teams to settle some outstanding business.
With Weymouth Wales and the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme topping their respective zones in the Premier League, and RBC Capital Markets Barbados Soccer Academy and St. Andrew Lions doing the same in Division 1, an overall champion has to be decided in both competition. Also the two second placed teams in each zone of each league will also be go at it to decide a third-placed team.
At the other end of the spectrum, room has to be made in both the Premier League and Division 1. With the bottom team from each zone being automatically demoted, a third team needs to come from both leagues and therefore, the two second-last teams will duke it out.
Things get going from tomorrow and all games are slated for the Wildey Turf
Tuesday July 3rdat 7:30 PM: Youth Milan VS Wotton (Division 1 promotion play-off 1)
Thursday July 5that 7:00 PM: Parish Land VS Bagatelle (Division 1 relegation play-off 1)
Thursday July 5that 9:00 PM: Compton VS Notre Dame (Premier League relegation play-off 1)
Saturday July 7that 5:00 PM: Bagatelle VS Parish Land (Division 1 relegation play-off 2)
Saturday July 7that 7:00 PM: Wotton VS Youth Milan (Division 1 promotion play-off 2)
Saturday July 7that 9:00 PM: St. Andrew Lions VS Barbados Soccer Academy (Division 1 Championship play-off)
Sunday July 8that 4:00 PM: Notre Dame VS Compton (Premier League relegation play-off 2)
Sunday July 8that 6:00 PM: Paradise VS UWI Blackbirds (Premier League third-place play-off)
Sunday July 8that 8:00 PM: Weymouth Wales VS BDFSP (Premier League Championship play-off)