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Nkawkaw Methodist topped Milo U-13 zone 4 winners

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Sporting activities News of Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Source: Anthony Arthur

2019-06-18

Nkawkaw Methodist Wins.jpeg Nkawkaw Methodist Faculty crew

The Nestlé Milo U13 Champions League last round of regional functions have been held around the week for zone 4.

It was the switch of Terrific Accra, Japanese, Volta and the Oti Regions to have their crack at the competitiveness and have representatives for the Countrywide finals to be held at the Paa Joe Park in Kumasi.

With the countrywide defending champions coming from this zone, it was constantly likely to be a mouthwatering zonal competitiveness – Redeem D/A Key from the Oti Location gained the national championship in 2018.

Taking part Educational facilities included

Greater Accra

Prampram Presby
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Amasaman M/A
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Ashiaman No4
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Akweiman D/A
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Atiwoto M/A

Volta Area

Agovie L/A
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Mafi Zongo E.P
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Wusuta L/A
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Avatime Biakpe R/C

Oti Location

Krasec L/A Basic
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Redeem D/A Key

Jap Area
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Nkawkaw Methodist
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Coral Grey Worldwide
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Asrebuso D/A Major
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Nkawkaw St. Anthony
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Apinamang Blessing Standard

It was the change of the Complex Director of the Ghana Football Association, Mentor Oti Akenteng, the former striker of the Black Stars, Augustine Arhinful and Assistant mentor of the female U17 group, mentor Baba Huhu Mallan to choose the young ones through the soccer clinic.

The soccer clinic is geared in direction of equipping and serving to the youngsters by way of drills, dribbling, teamwork and agility examination – with large anticipations, the clinic commenced with in excess of 600 non-taking part educational institutions in and all over the Kpando local community.

The 16 collaborating colleges ended up taken as a result of validity checks by the director of PE of the Ghana Education and learning Services, Mr. Emmanuel Dormenya on the eve prior to the championship kicked off.

The regional groupings had been carried out with two fields essential for the initial day’s functions. Kpando Specialized and Bishop Herman University were being respectively made use of for the competitors.

Nkawkaw Methodist from the Jap Region, Akweiman D/A from the Bigger Accra, Wusuta D/A from the Volta Area and Krasec L/A Principal from the recently created Oti Location completed the top rated 4 groups for the semis – all four instantly make it to the finals of the national championship to be held in Kumasi.

A zonal winner had to be determined and right after the draws it was Nkawkaw Methodist in opposition to Krasec L/A when Akweiman D/A ended up scheduled to facial area Wusuta L/A Primary from the Volta Region.

It took shootouts to decide the winner in the very first semis in between Nkawkaw Methodist Major and Krasec L/A, it was a masterpiece of a video game between the two sides as they the two experienced a go at just about every other right before the final whistle.

Nkawkaw Methodist received the shootout 5-4 immediately after the sport finished goalless in regulation time.

Akweiman D/A and Wusuta L/A took the centre phase for the second semifinal game, the Greater Accra aspect ended up too sturdy for their Voltarians on the day.

Akweiman D/A brushed aside Wusuta – the activity finished 3- to play in the Zonal finals versus the Jap Regional Champions, Nkawkaw Methodist.

Rain virtually ruined the grand finale as it poured down seriously right after the presentation of jerseys but this did not halt the sport from coming off as prepared. It only delayed play.

BIHECO pitch turned way too soggy for the finals just after the rains, therefore, the KPANTEC pitch was to host the finals. It was not as envisioned but not brief of gilts and excitement the two teams played their hearts out in spite of the chilly mother nature of the weather conditions and watery pitch.

Objectives in each halves from Jonathan Edwards and Nelson Twum, the captain for Nkawkaw Methodist secured the Eastern Regional champions the zonal title.

AWARDS:

Honest Play – Redeem Primary School
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Best Goalkeeper -Francis Asamoah – Nkawkaw Methodist
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Ideal Participant – Jonathan Edwards- Nkawkaw Methodist
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Prime Scorer – Ibrahim Rashid – Krasec D/A
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All is now set for the National Finals of the Milo Less than 13 Champions League to be staged at the Paa Joe Park in Kumasi.

Zone 1

Karni most important College, Kaladan key University, Tanga main Faculty, WaleWale primary School, Iddrisyya primary School

Zone 2

St. Joseph Worldwide, Amoawi Methodist Major, Boda R/C Major
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Babato Kuma Most important

Zone 3

Talent Bridge Academy
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Myohuang Forces
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Juaboso D/A Main

Zone 4

Nkawkaw Methodist Major
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Akweiman D/A Major
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Krasec L/A Major
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Wusuta L/A Major

The Nationwide Finals of the Milo Champions League will appear off from 2nd to 6th July 2019 at Paa Joe Park, KNUST – Kumasi.



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