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Football: Otty Fatha Memorial winners feted

FOOTBALL By Elizabeth Mburugu | January 24th 2018
HANDBALL DONATION Makadara MP George Aladwa hands Black Mamba handball team Captain Byron Agunda a Kenyan flag. The team will take part in the East and Central Africa handball club Championship set for November 22-27 in Dar Es Salaam Tanzania. He donated 200,000 shillings to the club in Nairobi. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Makadara MP George Aladwa, through the George Aladwa Foundation, gave cash rewards to the winners of the recently concluded Otty Fatha Memorial tournament on Monday. 

Black Mamba, who beat Hakati Sportiff 1-0 to lift the crown in a pulsating final on Sunday at Camp Toyoyo Stadium, received Sh100,000 with an additional Sh50,000 from former AFC Leopards' Allan Kasavuli as Hakati pocketed Sh100,000. 

Third place play-off winners Cameo walked away with Sh30,000, while the organisers were given Sh150,000. [Elizabeth Mburugu]

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