This article was last updated on May 25, 2022
The tight battle ended at 0-0 in the first half before they entered the second half where Super Eagle’s player Nancy Imoya elegantly scored a penalty kick at 53rd Minute.
Before the Super Eagle closed the match with 2-0 against the Torit Stars, it took longer until at 83th Minute when Charity Ileo Imoya stylishly scored indisputable kick.
Also, during the combined matches, athletic competitions were held seeing two different groups of females and males competing.
In the girls’ section, three out of six, became winners where Nejua Paul turned number one followed by Christine Amo and Brenda Ihure for second and third positions respectively.
While in the boys’ section, equally three out of six, emerged the winners as James Lewak enjoying position one with Daniel Ofuro and Simon Ohinei being the second and third respectively.
Awarded were the best player and best goal keeper plus other numerous awards including balls to both teams; winners and losers.
Present at the event included Torit Football Association Chairperson Hon. Charles Udwar Ukech who congratulated the winners as he encouraged both teams to continue confidently work for best success in the future.
Also, present was the State Youth Union President Epone Emmmanuel Lolimo with his deputy Lopwa plus almost the entire team of the State Youth Union members who witnessed the matches.
The Director for Youth and Sports in the state Culture, Social Development, Youth and Sports Ministry Mrs. Edvige Grato Lahtaum who equally expressed pride in girls for demonstrating excellence talents in football competition.
She said they could do better if they are given chance.
In the recent national football competition held at Wau this year, the Super Eagle team managed to reach semi-final but were unfortunately knocked out and became third nationally, disclosed the Torit Football Association Chairperson Hon. Charles Udwar Ukech.
The games were in celebration of the International Youth Day marked under the theme “Youth Migration: Moving South Sudan forward,” focused on youth migration and its impact on development.