Pictures by Harrison Maina.
Prince woods and the gate keepers.These Liberian gentlemen covered the gate area in order
to make sure that every person who was not a player contributed a small fee in order to raise
the money needed for the WGFA.
Kenyans from Boston players turned into jovial fans and thus make the best out of the worst.
Kenya players turned into fans at the end of the day, laid down their jerseys after loosing
their matches and started enjoying themselves as other teams continue to battle it out at the
A Kenyan from Worcester soccer father/ player gives tips his son as part of early training.
The young dude will hopefully burst into an international soccer star in the land of opportunity.
This dad gives instructions on how to start fast to this future car driver.
Two young Americans of East African descent : one rides an ATV while the other jogs along.
Kamau,the Jamhuri Magazine editor,overtaken by a tight match , lets his camera hang loose.
An American family and a Kenyan friend watch the games.
John Kitonga,his family behind him, and a friend get ready to practise American
John throws the ball while the friend gets ready to make the catch.
Omosh from Kenya squots like a quaterback ready to throw the American football ball.
These young ladies came in support of their favourite team, Kenyan from Worcester.
This young Liberian lady entrepreneur ,owner so Soko Foods Inc, supplied tasty dishes from
Liberia to the crowds througout the day.
Hungry fans ,players and even the referee (in light blue and dark blue attire, line up for
food that consisted mainly of crab , fish, goat meat ,beef, rice , spices and cold drinks.
A cross section of fans from West Africa.
This Tanzanian, who was the tallest fan of the day, with a glass of a cold drink,listens to
kool beats from his ipod as he chats with his friends at the sidelines.
One of the loudest Tanzanian fans in the pitch doing his thing.
Birds eye view.As if sent by God to keep an eye on the proceedings, these two eagles circled
over the venue all day as if they enjoyed
as much as the humans did.
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