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FTMS Global emerge champions at Futsal Fiesta 2017


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01At the recently concluded Futsal Fiesta 2017, FTMS Global emerged Cup Champions with a score of 1-0, in a final played against MAS Active & Kreeda. In an intense, nail-biting final, Rishwan Ali managed to score a solitary goal which earned him the Man of the Finals title.

The Plate Final was played between HNB Assurance and Edu Geek, ending in a score of 4-0 in favour of the former. The tournament witnessed the participation of 16 teams and included over 150 attendees. It was organised by UEC International and was supported by brands such as 100 Plus, Norfolk Foods and Banu Man power.

Cup Champions – FTMS Global

Cup Runners up – MAS Kreeda & Active

Plate Champions – HNB Assurance


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