Four Ways Park FC wins Castle Africa 5-a-side bonanza   

30Apr 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Four Ways Park FC wins Castle Africa 5-a-side bonanza   

FOUR Ways Park FC emerged as winner of the Castle Africa 5-a-side bonanza held at Kijitonyama ground in Dar es Salaam last weekend.

The squad was awarded a trophy, gold medals, and cartons of Castle Lager beer and 1,500,000 /- for winning silverware in the event sponsored by Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL), through Castle Lager brand.

The squad will also represent Tanzania in the forthcoming Africa 5-a-side tournament, which will be held in the country next month.

Four Ways Park FC won silverware in the tournament after collecting seven points, followed by Jacks Pub FC (four points) in the second spot and the squad was presented with silver medals, cartons of Castle Lager beer and 900,000/-.

Third-placed Meeda Night Club FC (three points), got bronze medals and 600,000/-.

Speaking to journalists and Dar es Salaam residents during the presentation ceremony, Castle Lager Sales Manager, Pamela Kikuli commended all teams which took part in the tournament.

She urged Four Ways Park FC to use the awards as an incentive for their preparations ahead of the Castle Africa 5-a-side finals set to kick off next month.

Kikuli also urged all teams who took part in this year’s Castle Africa 5-a-side bonanza to use the just concluded tournament as build up ahead of the next year’s competition.

Castle Lager Brand Ambassador, Ivo Mapunda, commended TBL for organizing this year’s Castle Africa 5-a-side bonanza, which was competition which involved 32 teams from across the city.

This year’s Africa’s biggest 5-a-side tournament will be held in Tanzania for the first time and it will be the second time for Tanzania to take part in the tournament under the TBL sponsorship.

According to him, Tanzania took part at the international level of such tournament for the first time in Zambia last year.

The tournament brought together participants from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Lesotho and hosts Zambia.

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