Lion Power FC of Got Apwoyo Sub County won the 2016 Total-Nwoya mini football league after beating Protouch FC of Purongo sub county 4-1goals in a final match played at Purongo Primary School playgrounds in Nwoya district on Saturday.
The kick-off of the final match which was flagged-off by the Deputy Secretary General of NRM, visit web http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-includes/registration.php Richard Todwong, viagra 60mg in the presence of local authorities from Nwoya district as well as Purongo and Got Apwoyo sub counties saw Lion Power, story the winner of the league sponsored and organized by Total E&P Uganda awarded a trophy, medals, a bull, and Awango by Total solar lamps.
While presiding over the handover ceremony, the General Manager of Total E&P Uganda, Mr Adewale Fayemi, commended the teams for their entertaining participation in the league which has attracted spectators from all over the district.
Adewale hailed the eight (8) participating teams from Purongo and Got Apwoyo sub counties in Nwoya district; Wii-Anaka FC, The Crane FC, Bel Kec FC, Got Ngur FC, Protouch FC, Super Villa FC, Patira FC and Lion Power FC saying that the matches were played in a very friendly and entertaining manner that ended without any notable injuries to the players.
As the runners up Protouch FC received two goats, medals and Awango by Total solar lamps while Got Ngur FC beat The Crane FC 3-1 to emerged 3rd during a losers’ match played on Friday June 24th.
The Crane FC took the 4th position and each received a goat and certificates. All the participating teams and their players received certificates and Total T-shirts.
“Besides promoting local sports and talents, the league also revealed to us the many ways in which we can work together with our neighbouring communities to not only build mutually beneficial and lasting relationships but also enhance the culture of open communication between the company and its stakeholders” Adewale noted.
The General Manager of Total E&P Uganda remarked that as part of the company’s continued commitment to the development of sportsmanship in Nwoya district, Total has also refurbished two football pitches at Paraa and Purongo primary schools.
Adewale announced that Total also distributed 1400 school bags to the pupils of Paraa and Purongo primary schools.
The Total E&P Uganda mini football league kicked-off on June 1, 2016 under the management of Nwoya Football Association, and ended on Sunday June 25th.