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Mon, 08 Oct 2018 11:36 - Updated Mon, 08 Oct 2018 11:35

Footballl: Norberto de Castro team win quadrangular tournament

Luanda - The central Huambo Province-based Football Academy Norberto de Castro beat Luanda’s academy 5-3 and conquered the fifteenth edition of the under-17 quadrangular competition dubbed “João Carlos Tournament”.

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An under-17 football game

Photo: Henri Celso

With this triumph, Huambo team overcame the defending champions Luanda’s squad in the annually held competition, organized by the Sports and School Complex Norberto de Castro, in memory of the late journalist of the National Radio of Angola, João Carlos.

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