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Coastweek -- Modern Coast Rangers FC captain, Alfred Maningi [right] receiving a Sh100,000 cheque from Hon Mvita MP elect Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir [second, right], Mombasa Senator elect Mohamed Faki [centre], Majengo MCA elect Ahmed Khamis Nyundo and Mombasa Maize Millers Director, Ali Ahmed Ali Bashammah after the final match of Unga ni Taifa Super Cup match against Green Eagles. 
Modern Coast FC lift the ‘Unga Ni Taifa’ Super Cup

Coastweek -- Green Eagles FC suffered a major set-back when they failed to win the annual Unga ni Tifa Super Cup after being beaten 5-0 by National Superleague team, Modern Coast FC during the final clash played at Mombasa Sports Club.

Green Eagles FC suffered a major set-back when they failed to win the annual Unga ni Tifa Super Cup after being beaten 5-0 by National Superleague team, Modern Coast FC during the final clash played at Mombasa Sports Club.

David Orem netted twice for the winners in the 23rd and 40th minutes, Francis Omondi in the sixth minute, Rashid Athman in the 61st minute and Abdalla Mdeka in the 70th minute.

Modern Coast were presented with a trophy, Sh100,000 with Green Eagles taking away a trophy, medals and Sh50,000.

The tournament was spons-ored by Mombasa Maize Millers Limited.

Other prizes were presented Alfred Maningi (best player), Rayan Hamisi (best goalkeeper), the most disciplined team Boca Juniors, top scorer Willy Lugogo and the oldest player Mohammed Madigi.

The match watched by a large crowd with VIP including Mvita MP elect Abdullswamad Nassir, Mombasa Senator elect Moha-med Faki, Majengo Ward MCA elect Ahmed Khamis Nyundo and former Mombasa Mayor, Ahmed Muhdhar. Mombasa Maize Millers Limited director, Ali Ahmed Ali Basham-mah pledged to sponsor the tournament next year.

 
Coastweek -- Mvita MP elect Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir [left] giving an award to Mombasa Sports Club football skipper, Mohammed Madigi for being the oldest player to participate in the Unga ni Taifa Super Cup competition.

He said they were happy for the proper organisation of the tournament and the disciplined from all the 16 participating clubs.

Meanwhile, many soccer fans thanked Mombasa Maize Millers for sponsoring this annual event which they believe give them entertainment.

“This is the only tournament I always attend to watch because it is well-organised with teams showing maturity and high standard of discipline,” said a soccer fan Mohmed Ali from Magongo.

Tawfiq Said from Kisauni said: “Unga ni Taifa Super Cup is the most loved tournament in Coast Region because we are able to see all talented players in action.”

Sophia Clara of Roka said she could be happy such a tourna-ment is held in every county in Coast Region.

“I’ll be happy if Mombasa Maize Millers will sponsor a tournament in every county and also ladies soccer,” she said.

           

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