Women Compete For ‘Gender Agenda Gaining Momentum’ Cup In Torit

The combined Women Team A and Women Team B truly exhibited a hard-hitting fight though Women Team A struggled to beat its counterpart Women Team B narrowly at last. [Peter Lokale Nakimangole]

The two teams were originally arranged to compete with a male team but the men were reluctant to compete in the cup.

The combined Women Team A and Women Team B truly exhibited a hard-hitting fight thought Women Team A struggled to beat its counterpart Women Team B narrowly at last, both maintaining peace and love as they ended the game.

Ms. Silvia Ihiju of Women Team A cleverly scored the first goal against Women Team B in the 15th Minute.

It took another ten minutes for Ms. Shaina Ibwaha of Women Team A also smartly scoring the second goal in 25th Minute but shortly Charity Eleyo also of Women Team A scored a third goal in 28th Minute.

All this scored goals were in first round and this gave hard time to Women Team B until they went for second half round where Women Team B tightened its belt to score the first, second and third goals consecutively uninterrupted which clearly at second half round equalized the game for the two teams at 3-3.

It was now Ms. Itiara Helen of Women Team B to become the first to score the first goal against Women Team B in 57th Minute then followed by her comrade Ms. Yugo James of the same Women Team B keeping a tallying of one goal in 74th Minute to become two against three.

Still challengingly, Lona Kide also from Women Team B, managed to luckily attain her team’s third goal at 89th Minute.

Strategically, Ms. Joyce Layat of Women Team A surprised Women Team B by scoring his team’s last goal during injury time hence bringing the total score to four against three of Women Team B.

The game ended peacefully with a shake of hands as Women Team B received its beautiful cup which officials termed it a ‘Gender agenda gaining momentum’.

Officials from the State Culture, Social Development, Youth and Sports Ministry elaborated that the event was supported by UN Agencies by spearheaded by the State Ministry of Culture, Social Development, Youth and Sports and its motive was to enable the women and girls prove they demonstrate potentiality they have in them.

Addressing the fans shortly after the game’s conclusion as the sun was getting down to set, the State Culture, Social Development, Youth and Sports Ministry Director for Gender Edvige Grato strongly with pride congratulated both teams telling them they had shown to men strength to perform and they too were powerful as they can do more than that.

Also speaking after the event was one of the core members of event’s organization’s Paul Milla who is also a Director for Administration and Finance in the State Culture, Social Development, Youth and Sports Ministry.

He like his colleague Director for Gender’s Edvige Grato thanked both teams for peaceful game and urged them to improve comes next year’s March 8, 2014 when the State will also organize similar interactive event.

As he congratulated the winner of the cup, Mr. Milla warned both to work hard so to compete for the upcoming similar event next year March 2014.

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