South B crowned Kothbiro Champions

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south b 2 South B combined are the 2017-2018 KothBiro Offseason tournament Champions after edging out Team God Above All (GAA)from Huruma 1-0 at the historic Umeme Grounds in Ziwani.

The goal was scored in the 58th minute by Patrick Mugambi who converted a Mike Kibwagi cross to grant his team a first ever win in the annual tournament.

The winners received their honors from SportPesa CEO Captain Ronald Karauri who graced the prize giving ceremony with Nairobi Senator, FKF President Nick Mwendwa , Johnstone Sakaja among other prominent personalities present.

South B custodian, Anthony Obonyo received the Golden Glove Award sponsored by Lillestrom SK and Kenyan goal keeper, Arnold Origi.

Musa Masika of Fifa Best scooped the Most Valuable Player Award while Most Promising Player went to Ramadhan Emeka of Umeme Bees.

Dao won the Golden Boot Award with six goals while the Outstanding Player Award went to Kothbiro super fan, Flita Lalaur.

At the same time, FIFA Best from Kawangware edged Beirut from Ziwani 3-2 to lift the third-place play-off.


South B Combined- KSh300,000

Team GAA Huruma- KSh200,000

Fifa Best- KSh75,000

Beirut- KSh50,000


Most Outstanding Player-Flita Lalaur (Kothbiro super fan)

Golden Boot-Abraham Dao (South B United, six goals)

Most Promising Player-Ramadhan Emeka(Umeme Bees)

Best Goal Keeper-Anthony Obonyo (South B Combined)

Most Valuable Player-Musa Masika (Fifa Best)

Third place play-off

Fifa Best                      3      Beirut                                    2



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