Kicking off under lights at 7.45pm in Central, the game provided plenty of action with players from both sides eager to catch the eye of Team Manager of Hekari United FC, Vonnie Kapi Natto, who was there scouting for new talent.It was Gaidi who struck first after Jack Karo opened the scoring in the first half to give his side the lead, going into the break.Netta equalised minutes into the second half through the boot of Kila Polena, who powered one past the keeper.With the game right back in the balance and the clock ticking down, it was going to take something special to turn scoring opportunities into points to break the deadlock.This came for Gaidi in the middle of the second half when an unmarked Ryan Gerega pounced on a loose ball in Netta’s goalmouth. He slotted it into the nets to take back the lead.Gaidi put the result beyond doubt just minutes later when Gerega’s cousin Willie scored his side’s third goal.With all the momentum their way, Gaidi held their lead until the final whistle to win the match and make it a double celebration. This was after the Gaidi netball team won the netball grand final in the afternoon.Gaidi walked away with K500 in prize money with runners up Netta taking K200.The final team placings and prize money:1. Gaidi (K500), 2. Netta (K200), 3. Me2 (K100), 4. Nuavi (K50), 5. U19 (K50), 6. GoKam (K50).
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L An increase in travellers has helped boost Eurostar’s revenues, the train operator reporting this week a five percent increase in sales revenue for the first three months of the year.Eurostar said sales revenue for the first three months of 2010 reached £178 million, a 5 percent jump from £168 million for the same period in 2009.The growth has been attributed to higher passenger numbers which have increased from 1.9 million in Q1 last year to 2 million in the first quarter of this year.Among the passengers, those from international markets jumped up by 22 percent while the number of leisure passengers travelling between the UK and the continent went up by 6 percent.Eurostar is currently undergoing a restructure, transforming from a partnership to a single unified corporate entity with London & Continental Railways, SNCF and SNCB.The train operator is also currently trialling a service with SNCF whereby Eurostar passengers can travel between the UK and Provence, connecting through Lille, in special reserved coaches on connecting TGVs. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/2a498/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a>