On Saturday 6 October 2012 Mildred Cheche scored one of
three goals to help MOYAS Ladies to over visiting Spedag FCfrom Mombasa.
Her single goal brought her season tally to 30 same as Matuu’s Esse Mbeyu Akida and Old is Gold’s Millicent Mwanzi.
But the next day, Mwanzi , a former Archbishop Njenga High School alumni scored one of two goals to send her side to a 2-0 win over Thika Queens in the team’s 22nd and final season game. Her lone goal lifted her tally to 31 goals to hand her the FKF Girls Premier League Golden boot Award.
No mean achievement
Her fete left the team’s founder James Waithaka an elated man
-She (Mwanzi) had a very slow start to the season. But she gradually picked herself up and began scoring, he said to futaa.com
-Netting the goals that she did is no mean achievement and for that I am very happy for her
On her part, Mwanzi, speaking to futaa.com, attributes the fete to a self push
-To have emerged the top scorer it is because of hard work and discipline
-I am happy that the achievement has made my team get a good name and better notice. I thank all my team mates and as well as the team management in helping me get to the top, she concluded.
Old is Gold ended the 12-team season placed third with 53 points, four off second placed MOYAS and five behind winners Matuu FC