Fever pitch emotions as TAVEVO  drowns Ndovu

Old rivalry was renewed this past weekend as  two teams hosting sets of players with bitter-sweet history, Ndovu FC and TAVEVO, clashed in what was a mouth watering, temper-flaring, heart-pounding Aga-Khan Football tournament finals ad the “Waterboys” came out on top with a slim, yet significant one nil victory.
The two-days tournament started with 8 teams including Kenya Police, Boda-boda, Wazee FC, County Assembly, Aga Khan Mombasa and Moi Hospital. The event was meant to mark a one year anniversary since the opening of the Aga Khan Voi, the day that also saw the hospital staff staff participate in other health matter affairs such as free consultations, testing and counselling.
The final match didn’t miss its drama as one of TAVEVO’s best outfield player was  red carded in what was an apparent punch to the back of the head on Ndovu’s captain. The match was stalled for few minutes as the officials tried to calm the nerves of the outraged supports, although it later resumed to a peaceful conclusion



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