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Soccer Masters Colts to represent Upper East Region at 2022 KGL U17 tournament after beating Young Bolga FC

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Bolgatanga-based Soccer Masters’ Juvenile side, Soccer Masters Colts Under 17, will represent the Upper East Region in the upcoming National Under 17 Juvenile Championship after a one-zero victory over Young Bolga FC on Saturday 9th July 2022 at the Bolgatanga Mobil Park.

The two teams produced a quality display of football to the admiration of the fans and lovers of the game.

A search for a goal from the two sides yielded no results as both teams were well determined on the field of play. A penalty was awarded in the latter part of the first half for Soccer Masters Colts, Isaac Maribor stepped up and his kick went against the goal post but Matthew Ayoung tapped in a re-bound ball to put “the Masters of the game” in the lead before recess.

The second half produced no goal as both teams did all they could to increase or equalise. The entertaining fixture ended 1-0 for Soccer Masters colts.

The two teams heading to the finals won big, 3-1 and 3-0 against Nyariga All-Stars Babies and Bolga All-Stars Babies respectively last weekend.

After the match, Young Bolga FC received silver medals as 1st runners-up, while Soccer Masters colts as winners received Gold Medals and a trophy.

The best goalkeeper went to Asampana Bright Of Soccer Masters Colts, He received goalkeeper’s gloves. The top scorer went to Zakari Rasheed of Bolga All Stars Babies with six(6) goals, He received football boots and the best player went to Azure Desmond of Soccer Masters Colts, he also received football boots.

Last season saw Boison Colts represent the Region at the National level, but they failed to make it out of their group stage.

Soccer Masters colts will now be representing the Upper East Region as new winners in the National Juvenile Under 17 Championship which is slated to come off from the 1st to the 14th August 2022 in Accra.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Aduko Cletus Akosah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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