The football and kickball teams of Nimba County have qualified for the quarter finals that will be held in Monrovia with seven and nine points respectively in Group II. The group includes hosts Montserrado, Sinoe and River Cess counties.
Nimba thrashed Sinoe 3-0 yesterday in the last of the preliminary rounds at the Seh Floyd Tomah Sports Stadium.
Nyan Dahn netted the opener in the 26th minute, and after recess, Mark Yallah’s brace were enough to send the hosts’ fans dangerously wide.
In the opener on Sunday, Nimba drew 2-2 with Montserrado as well as with River Cess 0-0.
Nimba’s hit man Mark Yallah has four goals, while teammate, Daniel Tuazama got two goals.
The defending kickball champs earned nine (9) points from three games to top Group II.
Nimba County stung Sinoe County 10-0. On Sunday, Nimba again defeated Montserrado 8-1 and on Tuesday, December 6, River Cess County bowed 23-0 to Nimba.
Also, the football and kickball outfits of Montserrado County have qualified along with group leader Nimba County.
Montserrado and River Cess settled to a 0-0 draw yesterday, to sit second on the table with 3 points. The upriver boys drew with Nimba, 2-2; as well as with Sinoe 0-0.
In kickball Montserrado whipped River Cess 10-0 points. On Tuesday, December 6, Montserrado thrashed Sinoe 8-1 points, and in the opener on Sunday, December 4, Montserrado lost to Nimba 6-1.
Sinoe and River Cess counties dropped in the preliminary rounds. In other fixture in Group IV, hosts Maryland County’s football and kickball teams qualified along with River Gee (football) and the kickball team of Grand Gedeh County.
In Group I, Grand Cape Mount and defending football champions Grand Bassa qualified, while Grand Bassa and Gbarpolu are in for kickball. Group III’s status is still undecided, while the final games are scheduled for today.