Teams have been drawn for the group stages of this season’s Cannestan Combi Cup, the oldest and most prestigious tournament contest in Kenna history.
With 19 entrants, this season’s group stage sees group D teams only having to play three matches. In all the other groups teams will play four.
The top two teams from each group will progress to a two-leg, knock-out stage, to be drawn at the Feburary window.
League points difference over the group fixtures will decide who progresses in the event of being level on cup points in the group.
Cup dates will be announced soon.
Young Boys of Kilburn
Vasco De Beauvoir
Just Put Carles
The Dan Terry Seduction
Judean Peoples’ Front
Over the next three months teams will be will be pitched against each other in pre-selected weeks.
Whoever picks up the most points in that week will earn three cup points. Teams scoring an equal amount will get one a piece.
There are no points for a loss.
Teams equal on cup points at the end of the group stages will be decided on league points difference.