Grenada Football Association inaugural semi professional league (Grenada Super League) has received endorsement from one of the country top journalist. Michael Bascombe, a leading Caribbean Sports journalist has commended the GFA's efforts as a very noble one and he believes with proper planning and support from corporate Grenada the event can also become an example for other smaller OECS territories. Bascome stated the GFA must aggressively seek to introduce live streaming of its matches during the (GSL) in order to attract potential sponsors. He advised the tournament can become a major success in years to come. Bascombe who is well known for his writing on sports in Grenada urge the association to work feverishly to ensure the tournament becomes a part of the island's main calendar of events. The renowned journalist said "I have been clamoring for years for the association to introduce a Boxing Day event, and I am hopeful that the GFA will now seek to include in its calendar of events an international fixture on boxing day this year". The Grenada Football Association, is currently working to finalize plans for its opening on March 10th in Grenville. Six teams are taking part in the inaugural tournament. They are St. Patrick Chiefs, St. Mark Sharks, St. John Wizards, St. Andrew Planters, St. David Lions and St. George Stars. The GFA has also confirmed its franchise will be expanded to eight in 2013 with the addition of Carriacou/Petite Martinique Kayaks and a GFA Under 20 development team. St. Patrick Chiefs playing away from home came from behind to secure a point in their warm up match against St. Andrew Planters. The Planters took the lead but a fighting effort in the dying stage of the game saw the Chiefs secure a confident boosting equalizer. The both teams are preparing for the inaugural Grenada Super League carded to commence on March 10th 2012 at the Victoria Park in Grenville. St. Patrick Chiefs would have love to have the service of ace national striker Clive Murray who is currently in Thailand on a contract with Roi Et FC. Meanwhile Otis Roberts, CEO of Jason Roberts Foundation who is working very close with the GFA is expected to make a bid to secure more contract opportunities for our local footballers. Roberts who is on the island has identified many local players whom he believes have a great shot at an international career. Roberts witnessed two of the games and believes all that is needed is further exposure and support from the GFA.