Footballing stars of yesteryear got together Monday (2 February) to play for the Marcus Cumber Cup.
The game was organised by the Hope 4 Today Foundation and featured “old timers” in a West Bay versus George Town match meant to bring addiction recovery awareness to the forefront.
“West Bay and George Town have always been rivals at soccer,” Hope 4 Foundation director Brent Hydes said. “And to have them come together it’s OK. But we do what we do and we try to help each other.”
George Town won 4-3.
“Everyone loves football,” said Marcus Cumber, who regularly supports the Hope 4 Today Foundation’s two halfway houses. “To bring some of the old legends out today, you’ve got a good crowd here already. It’s gonna be exciting and it’s all for a really, really good cause.”