Genetrix men’s and ladies’ sides have maintained their dominance in FMB 11-aside Hockey League after winning the championship for the Southern Region.
In the men’s league, Genetrix have won the championship for the fifth successive season after collecting 24 points.
Genetrix finished the season unbeaten in eight games.
Nyala finished second with 15 points from eight matches whereas Scorpions ended on third position with 10 points.
Braves settled for fourth position with five points while Hockey Dreams anchored the five-member table with a point.
In the ladies’ section, Genetrix reclaimed the title they surrendered to Simba last season.
Genetrix Ladies deposed Simba after collecting 27 points from 10 games. Simba finished as runners-up with 21 points whereas Braves were third with 18 points.
Scorpions ended on fourth position with 12 points whereas Nyala finished on position five with six points.
Hockey Dreams Ladies also emulated the bad example of their men’s side by finishing bottom of the six-team league with just a point.
During the final round of games played over the weekend, Genetrix men’s defeated Scorpions 18-1 and Nyala 3-0 whereas Braves beat Hockey Dreams 8-1.
In the ladies’ section, Simba defeated Hockey Dreams 4-0 and Nyala 7-1.
Braves Ladies beat Scorpions 1-0. Nyala women’s side defeated Scorpions 2-0.
Genetrix Head Coach, Geoffrey Biya, said their dominance was due to planning and team spirit.
“We always work together. We analyse our strengths and weaknesses and make proper adjustments,” he said.
Southern Region Hockey League spokesperson, Richmond Liabunya, described the season as successful, having wound up in time.
“We didn’t want to get disturbances from the rains as this is the rainy season,” he said.
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