first final of the day would see Krwiodawcy versus
Bure Park Old Boys. With five games of football
already under their belt the two teams would need
to summon one last burst of energy to ensure they
would be picking up winners medals and the trophy
in the presentation.
have a look at the two teams' credentials for
the Plate title:
today: Played 5, Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 2.
difference today: 9-15 (-6)
unbeaten run: 1 game
top goalscorer: Dariusz Zyta (4)
Park Old Boys (Eng)
today: Played 5, Won 1, Drawn 1, Lost 3.
difference today: 11-13 (-2)
unbeaten run: 2 games.
top goalscorer: Matthew Johnson (8)
Park Old Boys would be making their sixth appearance
in a final in our tournaments. This includes Plate
Runners-Up medals (as Karma FC) in the 2010 Valencia
Fives, the 2011 Wooden Spoon title (as Karma FC),
claiming the 2012 Valencia Fives Trophy title
(as Sporting Abeergut) and finishing runners-up
at in the Plate at the 2013 Krakow Trophy. All
there were open age events. The 2018 Mallorca
Veterans saw their first final at this level where
they were Plate runners up to Legends of the Vale,
2-1. Could they go one step further here at the
two teams had met before earlier in the day and
on that occasion Krwiodawcy had emerged victorious,
2-1. A repeat would obviously do them just fine.
Could Bure Park Old Boys gain revenge and lift