It’s a Northway Battle of the Blue when members of the Albany Police Department take on a team of Saratoga sheriffs in a 9-on-9 charity football game.
On Sunday afternoon, November 20, two area police forces will battle for hometown bragging rights and flag football supremacy in the 5-0 Bowl, and the GNA is honored to be a part of it. .
Representing both of their hometowns, Brian will most definitely be part of Team Albany, while Chrissy is all about Team Toga!
Who will take the 5-0 bowl, the Albany police or the Saratoga sheriffs?
There’s no doubt that both of these teams will come out motivated – and while the result is important, so is your support for this great cause.
All proceeds from the game will benefit the Police Benevolent Association of New York State.
The Police Benevolent Association of New York State was formed in 2011 and is a law enforcement union representing the interests of approximately 1,200 members of the New York State agency’s police departments.
- The 5-0 Bowl is a 9-on-9 football game between Albany Police and Saratoga Sheriffs
- Kickoff is 1 p.m. at CBA High School in Latham
- We’ll have music, food and raffles – including your lucky tickets to an upcoming country show!
- Brian and Chrissy from the GNA Morning Show will be on hand (with LIVE mics) to highlight key game moments and keep things fun between the two teams
- For more information, visit WGNA.com
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