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Nation Media Group Mombasa team before kick off of their Left Foot League match against Tradewinds Aviation Services on April 29, 2018. PHOTO KEVIN ODIT NATION MEDIA GROUP

Nation Media Group will, meanwhile, enter three teams – two in the mens competition and one in the womens tournament

Tournament organiser Aman Bhasin of Left Foot Sports Limited said he expects more entries by Fridays deadline

Defending champions Diamond Trust Bank are among over 36 teams that will be in action in the 13th edition of the Left Foot Sports World Cup tournament to be played at the Railway Club, Nairobi, this weekend.

Diamond Trust Bank defeated Tradewinds Aviation Services to win last years title and will field two teams in Sundays tournament that will start at 8.30am.

Nation Media Group will, meanwhile, enter three teams – two in the mens competition and one in the womens tournament.

The Nation Media Group teams will also be carrying the StarTimes and St Marys School banners after the two organisations recently came on board as NMG partners in sports and wellness programmes.

Tournament organiser Aman Bhasin of Left Foot Sports Limited said he expects more entries by Fridays deadline.

With six days to go, we have over 36 teams registered so far in the mens category and we expect entries in the womens and under-17 categories, Bhasin said on Tuesday.

It will be day of soccer, fun and music with food stalls available, he added. The entry fee is Sh4,000 per team and teams interested can contact the organisers through telephone numbers 0721250919 and 0720968670.

The teams that have confirmed so far, apart from Diamond Trust Bank and Nation Media Group, are Astral Aviation, Zamara, Apec Consortium, Letshego, Royal Media, Bamburi Cement, Kingsway Tyres, Safaricom, Ecobank, Consolidated Bank, General Electric, Leverkusen and Tradewinds Aviation.

Others are Davis and Shirtliff, Toyota Kenya, Tropical Heat, SportPesa, Toyota Kenya, All Saints Cathedral and Cosmos.

Left Foot Sports Limited also organises annual corporate league tournaments in Nairobi and Mombasa.

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