CR Socials hold party to celebrate SAJ cup victory

Central Region Football Socials (CRFS), a social football side comprising sports administrators and sports journalists from the region on Sunday held a party at Civil Service Sporting Club to celebrate the team’s victory during the recent Sports Administrators and Journalists (SAJ) Cup tournament held at Mzuzu Stadium.

Ntelera receives the cup
Ntelera receives the cup
The tournament attracted four journalists/administrators’ teams from south, central as well as northern, which fielded two teams as the host region.
CRFS emerged champions of the inaugural inter-region tournament after piping Southern Region on post-match penalties.
On Sunday, CRFS members contributed about K130,000 and held a party at Civo Club, where the trophy was also unveiled to the rest of the team members.
Speaking during the party, CRFS chairman Rashid Ntelera congratulated the team for the victory. Ntelera, however, cautioned the team’s members against becoming complacent when the tournament comes again next year.
“This is time for us to reflect on the success but as we celebrate, let us also reflect on our weaknesses so that we polish them out before the next tournament,” said Ntelera.
Chairman for the organising committee of the celebrations Mada Njolomole hailed all the team members, who contributed in cash or kind towards the celebrations.
“People were free to contribute any amount and we managed to hit our budget without seeking any external assistance,” said Njolomole.

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6 years ago

Great job CAS keep it up

6 years ago

Nanga bwanji inu nomwe a Nyasatimes munatinamiza kuti the party was held to celebrate Nyamilandu’s wedding komanso kuti Nyamilandu sponsored the party. Chikhocho ndi chaukwati wa Nyamilandu? Thanks Mr Mwazalumo for telling us the truth.

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