9 participating teams in 2 groups (The states of Unity, Upper Nile and Jonglei affected by the current conflict in the country were excluded.) Group Juba Dreams FC (Yei) Malakia FC (Juba) Tahrir FC (Rumbek) Imatonga FC (Torit) Group Wau Al-Salam FC (Kuajok) Al-Ghazal FC (Wau) Ngok FC (Abyei) Amal (Raja) Eslah FC (Awiel) Round 1 First Legs [Aug 10] Dream 1-1 Malakia Al-Ghazal ppd Ngok [Aug 11] Tahrir - Imatonga Amal - Eslah Al-Salam bye Second Legs [Aug 14] Malakia 5-0 Dream [dates?] Ngok - Al-Ghazal [Al-Ghazal won on agg] Eslah - Amal [Eslah won on agg] Imatonga - Tahrir [Tahrir won on agg] Al-Salam bye Pre-Semifinals [Aug 19] Malakia 3-1 Tahrir [date?] Al-Ghazal - Eslah NB: unclear how Salam were eliminated and what was the point of the pre-semifinals Semifinals First Legs Eslah 2-1 Malakia Tahrir 0-0 Al-Ghazal Second Legs Malakia 5-1 Eslah Al-Ghazal 2-0 Tahrir Final [Aug 31] Al-Malakia (Juba) 1-0 Al-Ghazal (Wau)
Central Equatoria NB: over 40 teams from the first and second division are expected to participate in the tournament; start: Mar 14 Round 1 [Mar 14] Sun FC - Nile FC [both teams from Second Division] [Mar 15] Amal Al-Hurra - Tahrir FC [Mar 15] Sun FC 3-1 Tahrir FC [Tahrir out of the competition] [Mar 17?] Simba FC 7-2 Gelba Al-Aswet [Gelba out of competition] [Mar 18] Gudele - Nyakuron Round 2 Amal Al-Hurra - Malakia FC [Mar 23] Sun Bakhita FC - Etihad FC Northern Bahr al-Ghazal Start: Feb 20 [Feb 22] Madwanj FC - Day Star [Feb 24] El-Mehrik FC 2-1 Hai Tuch FC
list of champions and cup winners.
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