EYNESBURY Rovers is hosting the annual Cary White Memorial Tournament on Saturday, from 10am-5pm. Ten teams will take part in the competition. There will be two from Eynesbury, Great Paxton and Godmanchester Rovers, plus one each from Alconbury, Ramsey, Stilton and Papworth. Two groups of five teams are drawn at random with each team playing each other once in 20 minute 11-a-side matches. Eynesbury Rovers are the current holders of the competition, which is now in its sixth year; Great Paxton is the only other side to have won the cup. There will be a barbecue and bar at the ground from 11am and admission is free. The tournament is named in honour of Cary White, a former Eynesbury Rovers junior and senior player, who was killed in a car accident in 2002. Cary, the son of Eynesbury stalwart Steve, joined the club as a 12-year-old in 1993 and played a total of 99 first team games for the club, making his debut in 1997.