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Masindi Soccer Tour Leaves Punters Thrilled

Masindi Soccer Tour Leaves Punters Thrilled

Forever, it will be a moment to remember given the way Fortebet-Alex Muhangi soccer tour rocked Masindi.

The tour was organized by Fortebet in conjunction with the company brand ambassador, Alex Muhangi, and it was aimed at mingling with clients, branch operators and administrators.

The tour started with a give back to the community, specifically Family Spirit Children’s Home. The donation was handed over by Muhangi.

Teams representing Fortebet branches then battled out in knockout encounters until the victors, Masindi House emerged.

The victors took on Muhangi’s team, winning a match that excited watchers. These victors were prized with 500,000/=, footballs and club jerseys.

The second placed team was also prized with 300,000/=, balls and jerseys while the other teams were given 100,000/=, jerseys and balls. The best individual players were also awarded gifts like phones and headsets.

In similar story by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, Fortportal will for long remember the previous Saturday after a blistering Fortebet-Alex Muhangi soccer tour.

As it has been, the football fever started with a give back to Tooro Babies’ Home with daily use items.

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