Koinonia Baptist Church sports meet culminates

DIMAPUR, JAN 3 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/3/2021 12:20:52 PM IST

Koinonia Baptist Church (KBC) sports meet 2020-21 came to an end on January 2, 2021 at Indira Gandhi Stadium, Kohima. 

The event was held under the theme “Press towards the goal” Philipians 3:14.
The seven-day long sports meet witnessed various games and sports such as Rev. Zotuo Football Trophy, Medotseilieü Volleyball Trophy, Neibalie T20 Cricket Trophy, penalty shoot-out, indoor games, track & field events for juniors, etc.
A total of 11 teams, both men and women competed in various events at Tsiesema Playground, Koinonia Prayer Centre, T. M. Govt High School playground, Chiephobozou Indoor Stadium and Astro Turf playground, Indira Gandhi Stadium.
Kohima Town Club Football referees conducted the coveted Rev. Zotuo Football Trophy and representatives of volleyball referees of Kohima district conducted the volleyball for men and women.
In Rev. Zotuo Football Trophy, Men’s Fellowship emerged as the champions and Koinonia Prayer Centre as runners-up. Youth Fellowship clinched the title in Medotseilieü Volleyball Trophy and Nagamese Fellowship finished as runners-up. In Neibalie T20 cricket Trophy, Men’s Fellowship beat Jr. CYE to win the title. Jr. CYE emerged as champions in Women’s football and Koinonia Prayer Centre as runners-up. Jr. CYE also won the women penalty shoot-out title and Nagamese Fellowship as runners-up. 
In Chess, Yavituo of Men’s Fellowship won the title followed by Dziesesatuo Suokhrie of Youth Fellowship and Vizosül Sachü of Nagamese Fellowship in second and third positions.
Zayiehol Kin of Koinonia Prayer Centre beat Vilakielie Kiewhuo of Jr CYE in men’s badminton to win the title and in women’s single, Vizotuonuo of Jr CYE beat Vizophrenuo of Youth Fellowship to lift the title. In carom board, Visazo of Youth Fellowship emerged as the winner and Seyielhoulie of Youth Fellowship in second position.
Nagamese Fellowship bagged the most disciplined team, most supportive personnel was awarded to Diezelie of Koinonia Prayer Centre and overall champion award was bagged by Men’s Fellowship.  
The closing function was graced by senior pastor, Rev Zotuo Kiewhuo who also pronounced the benediction after giving away winning prizes and trophies.

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