FALMOUTH, Trelawny - Kencasa Construction crowned themselves champions of the Trelawny Football Association Six- a-Side Business House Football Competition after completing a 3-2 win on penalty kicks over Falmouth Fire at the Elliston Wakeland Sports Complex on Tuesday.
The exciting encounter had to be determined by a penalty shootout to break the deadlock after both teams remained scoreless after regular and extra time.
Kencasa Construction ended the game with 10 players after referee Wade Nugent ejected goalkeeper, Keith Hamilton for using expletives during the penalty shootout.
Kensaca Construction who were making their maiden entry in the six -year- old competition pocketed the $20,000 cash prize, along with the winner's trophy.
Meanwhile, beaten finalists, Falmouth Fire, the defending champions, took home $15,000 for finishing in second place along with the first runners-up trophy.
Falmouth Fire gained a berth in the finals by beating National Water Commission 2-0 during penalty shootout after their semi- final game ended in a nil-nil stalemate after extra time.
In the meantime, Kencasa Construction gained their spot by getting past their opponent, Sport Bar, 3-2 on penalties, after their semi- final game also ended in a draw.
Fourteen teams participated in the competition which kicked off on June, 26.
Western Sports sponsored the balls and trophy for MVP, while Paul Wrecking Service sponsored the trophies for the fair play and leading goal scorer awards.