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Coast Media FC “writes off” their opponents


A five goals thriller was the scoreline that embraced an enchanted spectators who came to witness some of the finest talents during a friendly match between Coast Media FC against their host Bunge FC in Nairobi.

Despite the fatigue that came from the night long travel from the port city of Mombasa, Coast media Fc outclassed the Bunge Fc in setting the “house in order” by netting 3 goals in the first half and finishing the job by another goal in the second half.
Opening the floodgates was Hajj Ramadhan known to his teammates as “R10 or Gaucho” who scored 2 goals, before Michael Miheso and Abdallah Hare closing the score sheet.
While Bunge Fc got their consolation goal from Elijah Ochwara.

The second day followed in the series of friendlies organized by the team management where the squad travelled to Makueni County in Wote area.
This was a return match where Makueni County workers were hoping to change the fate of what happened a few weeks in Mombasa where they lost 4-1 at Mbaraki Sports club grounds.

The host Makueni county workers were the first to draw the first blood when Shadrack Musyimi made it count through a slight miscommunication from the coast media defence line.
The crowd went wild for a while but that did not deter the visiting team as they played determined to equalise.
Equipped with the same zeal, coast media FC was not short of class this time seeing the back of the net twice courtesy of its team captain Mark Mutuku.

The first goal came from a well-taken freekick that left the keeper helpless seeing the number 11 red jersey donned by the skipper as he dashed to celebrate on the corner flag.

Speaking on the sidelines of the two matches, the coast media FC management led by their official Earnest Ndunda thanked Kenya Ports Authority for their immense support to make the trip a success.
He reiterated the importance of sports in health matters that ensures fitness, building friendships as well as networking.