The annual one-day C. Clarence Massaquoi Peace and Unity soccer tournament ended last Monday at the BYC sports field in Monrovia with Police Public Safety defeating Zone 6, 4-3 in penalties.
It was a super final that saw exciting soccer action watched by hundreds of police officers and civilians.
The champions received a cash award of Ld25, 000.00, a trophy, a set of jersey and a football.
The runners-up, Zone 6 received Ld10, 000.00, a trophy, a set of jersey and a football.
Rep. William Dakel of District 17 presented the awards to the winners, and reminded the officers about the objective of the tournament, which he said was to improve their relations with the various communities.
He, meanwhile, made a USD100 cash contribution to the runners-up, Public Safety, that is located in his district.
There were 16 teams that participated in the tournament; they included Police Zones 1 to 9, Traffic, Administration, ERU, PSU, Patrol, and CSD.
Each of the rest of the zonal participants received a set of jersey and one football.