Q Radio Sport
A groundbreaking football tournament that’s brought together communities across Northern Ireland for the past few months has its grand finale today in Belfast.
A free multi-cultural family fun day kicks off at New Midgley Park beside Windsor Park at 1pm and runs until 8pm this evening.
The highlight on the pitch will be the Northern Ireland Confederations Cup final between teams from the International Community and the Ghanian Community (4.30pm).
There's also a third place play-off between the Suffolk Community and Sudanese Community (2.30pm).
Head of the Ethnic Minority Sports Organisation NI Kanmi Abayomi says everyone is welcome...
Neil Morrow is a development manager for Midgley Park with Linfield.
He says the tournament's been a huge success...
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The question of who attains the most coveted title in inter-community football of NI is a matter of tomorrow. @irishnewssport @qnewsdesk @alfiecbwong @nisha_tandon @michaelffa8 @lisburn_city @SportNINet @belfastcc @BBCSPORTNI @OfficialBlues @InfoAcsoni @nwmforum @andygeorgeni pic.twitter.com/crRy7n5vAQ— EMSONI (@EMSONI_Sports) August 2, 2019