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Futsal / Morocco: Khouribga is sacred - StarAfrica.com
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 09:54
futsalwireStarAfrica.comThe Moroccan National Championship, Futsal was won last Sunday by the Shabab Khouribga. The Khouribguistes imposed themselves following penalties against ...

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 Futsal / Morocco: Khouribga is sacred The Moroccan National Championship, Futsal was won last Sunday by the Shabab Khouribga.

The Khouribguistes imposed themselves following penalties against Sebu Kenitra.

By: PG 11/01/11 13:45 GMT Submit your comment | Share: At the end of regulation time, both teams scoring two goals each.

Forced to decide between one and the other, the finalists have resorted to penalties.

Exercise won on the line by the Shabaab on the score of 7-6.

The champion pocketed a 40 thousand dirhams while Sebu was left with 30 thousand dirhams.

In the semifinals, Khouribga also had to resort to the fateful event.

Faced with Ajax Tanger, Khouribga, after a 3-3, won Saturday by six shots against 5 for the squad of Tangier.

Ajax will settle for third place got from Renaissance Settat with as a rewatd of its landslide victory (8-3) in a classification match which allows it to receive 20 thousand dirhams.

The club that finished fourth got 10 thousand dirhams.

Final: 1st: Club Jeunesse Khouribga 2nd: Kenitra Athletic Club Sebu 3rd: Ajax Tanger 4th: Renaissance Sportive de Settat couter Lire phontiquement ? ? Comment on this article ? Comments : No comments CommentsPlease leave your comment here: Want to report some news, show up an artist or promote an event ? Just tell us ! StarAfrica Radio What's new! Blogs Free Software Prepaid Cards Airtime Transfer Interviews CAN Orange 2012 Third and final day of training for the defender Nicolas Nkoulou and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.

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