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The 2013 edition of the Inter-Ministerial, Public Corporations and Agencies League continued last week with more exciting results at the Samuel Kanyan Doe (SKD) Sports Stadium in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.
The Inter-Ministerial, Public Corporations and Agencies League is an annual tournament that brings together various line ministries, agencies and public corporations. It is organized by the Ministry of Ministry Youth and Sports (MYS). The games are being played under three sports discipline, namely: football, kickball and volleyball.
In the kickball version of the tournament on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, the General Auditing Commission (GAC) defeated Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs (MOS) 6-2 home runs in Group-A. But the Auditors (GAC) and MOS settled to a scoreless draw in the football encounter. The draw is the second for GAC, who won the football trophy last year. The first was also a scoreless draw with the National Transit Authority (NTA).
Also in the volleyball version, GAC beat MOS 58-43. GAC scored 18, 25 and 15 points in the first, second and third rounds, while MOS scored 25, 15 and 3 points in the first, second and third rounds.
Still in Group-A, defending kickball champions, National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) got a 7-4 home victory over National Transit Authority (NTA).
It was a very good day for NASSCORP, who went on to win the football match 2-1. NTA also forfeited in the volleyball match.
In Group-B, the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) forfeited to the Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs (MPEA) on Thursday, April 11, 2013 in kickball, meaning, MPEA was awarded a 3-0 home run as prescribed by the rule of kickball. MIA also forfeited in volleyball to MPEA, and lost the football match 2-1. Forfeiting in the volleyball means that they lost that match 50-0 points.
In the group’s other fixtures, the Falconers of the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) forfeited to the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) in kickball. The two teams double forfeited in the volleyball category. LBS was beaten by FDA in the soccer version 2-0.
On Friday, April 12, 2013, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) beat the Liberia Institute for Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) 7-0 home runs in kickball and 2-0 in football in Group-C.
However, MOCI went down to LISGIS in the volleyball encounter. In the other Group-C fixtures, Ministry of Gender and Development lost to the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) 3-8 home runs and 30-50 points in kickball and volleyball respectively. But the football game ended 0-0 between the two teams.
In Saturday’s early kick-off in kickball, the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications (MOPT) whip the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) 9-3 home runs in Group-D. The two ministries settled it 2-2 in football.
All the volleyball matches were rescheduled due to the heavy down pull of rain.