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World Stars FC retain Late Pa Jobe Memorial Tourney title

Dec 30, 2014, 11:14 AM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

The reigning champions, World Stars FC, on Sunday beat Queens Park Rangers FC 1-0 in a well-contested finals game played at the Stamford Bridge football field to retain the late Pa Jobe Memorial Tournament title.

Ebrima Kunta scored the only goal for World Stars FC in the 42nd minute of the game, which eventually proved to be the winner, and retained the trophy for the second successive time in a row.

Queens Park Rangers FC fought for an equalizer, but to no avail; thus the game ended 1-0 in favour of World Stars FC.

As the champions, World Stars FC received a trophy and a cash prize of D1,200; Queens Park Rangers received D1,000 as the runners up.

Ebrima Kunta of World Stars FC received an undisclosed cash amount as the best player of the tournament, and Ba-Alieu Kunta also received an undisclosed sum as the most disciplined player of the tournament.

Tijan Jatta also received an undisclosed cash amount as the leading goal scorer of the tournament.

The finals was graced by Fasainey Bojang and his wife Sally Barrow Bojang, Momodou Bojang Jassey, the younger brother of late Pa Jobe, Kabba Janneh alias DJ Solid, Dembo Touray, head coach Nyokoyorr FC, Lamin Kaku Jabang as well as the friends and well-wishers of late Pa Jobe