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Coastweek -- Fetuwe Football Club team pose for a group photo prior to their opening Unga ni Taifa Super Cup match against Mtongwe FC played at MSC Mbaraki ground.
Fetuwe Show their Mettle as they Thrash Freretown

Coastweek -- Mtongwe and Freretown FC became the first teams to be eliminated in the on-going Unga ni Taifa Super Cup competition sponsored by Mombasa Maize Millers Limited.

Mtongwe were eliminated after losing their second match, losing to Mombasa Maize Millers FC 3-1. Millers got their goals through Khamis Mwinyi, Stephen Mweni and Jude Ochieng with Rodgers Abori netting the consolation for Mtongwe.

Earlier Mtongwe bowed to Fetuwe FC by a similar scoring margin.

In another match, Fetuwe continued showing their winning form when they whipped Freretown 3-1. On target for Fetuwe were Alfred Paul, Joseph Otieno and Simon Sipi with William Matano scoring the lone goal for Freretown.

Wananyuki and Bodo Glimts have the highest number of yellow cards, each with three cautions. So far no player has been shown the red card.

Wanderers, Santos, Mombasa Sports Club, Green Eagles, Freretown and Congo Boys have two yellow cards each.

Action Boys, Ganjoni, Mtongwe, Octopus, Somali youth, Soweto and Tudor United have one yellow card each. With clean sheets are Dortmund, Fetuwe, Modern Coast, Mombasa Mazie Millers and Nyundo.

Tomorrow, Ganjoni takes on Wananyuki in a group A match at MSC ground with Dortmund clashing against Somali Youth at MSC Mbaraki ground.

On Sunday, MSC play Green Eagles in a crucial group B match to determine the team qualification to quarter final.

The other group match will be between Wanderers and Congo Boys to be played at MSC Mbaraki ground.

It is also an important match to both teams for they are fighting to qualify for the last eighth stage.

On Monday, Mombasa Mazie Millers play Fetuwe in group C match with the other clash involving Mtongwe and Freretown.

On Tuesday, Action Boys meet Tudor in a group C encounter at MSC ground with Bodo Glimts playing Santos at MSC Mbaraki ground.

In group E, Nyundo will have a date against Octopus on Wednesday with defending champions Modern Coast taking on Soweto at MSC Mbaraki ground.



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