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Black Jubil Football Club thrashed the fans favorite Pida Football Club five goals to nil to claim the Nakuru Guinness Night Football five aside regional championship in the latest regional event in Nakuru.

The inspirational Black Jubil captain Dennis Owiti led his team to the historic feat after scoring a hatrick in the second half to assist his team win the tournament.

The first two goals by the team were scored by Simon Simuyu and Sharon Auma respectively in the first half.

The fans favorite Pida Football Club could not be able to recover from the two goals that were scored consecutively in the first half.

In the second half, Pida FC goalkeeper Javis Mukaya stepped out of his box to give out a penalty for infringement of the games rules.

The rules state that if a goalkeeper steps out of his penalty area, the opposing team are awarded a penalty.

Dennis Owiti stepped forward and converted the penalty for his first goal of the game sending Pida FC goal keeper Javis Mukaya the wrong way.

His second goal came from a direct free-kick where he caught the goal keeper napping at his goal post.

His third goal and fifth goal for the team came after a clearance that was not dealt with the Pida FC defense which hammered the team’s hopes of having a comeback in the finals.

The Black Jubil captain, Dennis Owiti said, “As the leader of the team, it had to be my duty to lead from the front. I am glad the goals helped my team to clinch the regional title.

I now hope that the experience we have gained from the games will assist us in the national finals in the few days to come.

We will prepare adequately to ensure my team clinch the ticket to proceed to Nigeria.”

En route to the finals, Black Jubil beat Machangaa FC four goals to nil, they then overcame Nakuru United in the Quarter finals during a penalty shoot-out where they won two goals to one.

This is after a goalless draw after the normal regulation time. Phiry Ochieng converted the last penalty to earn the team a slot in the semi-final stage.

In the semi-final stage, they then beat Walk Youth FC three goals to two via penalty shoot-out. The game had ended in a one all draw.

In the third place play-off, The Walk Youth FC won two goals to one against Shabaab FC. This is after they had drawn two all in the normal regulation time.

Each match was played for 20 minutes with each half being 10 minutes.

The winners walked away with Kshs. 50,000, while the first runners up won Kshs. 20,000 in the regional finals.The next night football event will be held in Nairobi County.

The 12-week campaign dubbed ‘Guinness Night Football’ is aiming to give consumers an opportunity to represent Kenya in a pan-African tournament in Lagos, Nigeria.

For more details about the ‘Guinness Night Football’ national consumer promotion campaign and to find out how you can be a part of it, like the Guinness Facebook page at



The Walk FC 3 VS 1 Galacticos FC

Shauri FC 1 VS 0 Loki FC

Black Jubil FC 4 VS 1 Machangaa

Nakuru FC 2 VS 1 Barcelona FC

Free Hold 0 VS 3 Pida FC

Makarena FC 4 VS 0 Nassah FC

Tum FC 0 VS 2 Tembe FC

Shabaab FC 2 VS 2 Black FC (Shabaab FC win 4 – 3 penalties)


Shauri Youth 1 VS 2 Walk Youth FC

Nakuru United 0 VS 0 Black Jubil (Black Jubil FC win 2 – 1 penalties)

Makarena 0 VS 1 Pida FC

Tembe FC 2 VS 3 Shabaab FC


The Walk Youth FC 1 VS 1 Black Jubil (Black Jubil wins 3 – 2 penalties)

Pida FC 2 VS 0 Shabaab FC



Shabaab FC 2 VS 2 The Walk Youth FC (The Walk Youth FC wins 2 VS 1 penalties)