hosts Shree Cutchi Leva Ganshyam 3-2 in the Liverpool Cup
2016 finals to lay claim to this historic feat.
Memons had a
relatively comfortable way past the group stages and into
the quarter finals where they met fellow community club
entertaining 2-0 victory, it was Muslim Youth that gave
them a run for their money, winning the first set of the
Memons turned it around, reminiscent of their Liverpool
Cup 2014 win over the same opponents to take the tie 2-1.
Cutchi Leva Ganshyam, were the only barrier to this
historic achievement for Memons.
played in a packed house of supporters for both teams, was
a treat of a game for those who attended.
the lead in the first and third sets, only for the hosts
to come back and level the tie 2-2. Into the final set it
went, where Memons proved too powerful for the hosts.
Cup has been a crowd puller since its inception, where
local teams get a chance to showcase their skills.