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Youth football season starts this weekend

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The 2010 Guam National Youth Football Federation kicks of tomorrow morning at the Wettengel Rugby Field in Dededo with the Moylan's Hal's angels taking on the Yigo Jets in the Mandikiki, Manha, Metgot and Matua divisions starting at 9am in the morning.

Then on Sunday at the UOG Field in Mangilao you can catch the Raiders and Giants hit the field in the Manha and Metgot division, while the Raiders Matua boy's take on the Shipyard Falcons at 2pm in the afternoon.

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