The subsequent penalty shoot-out was also tied at 3-3.
Casablanca lost the coin toss and Fiore chose to shoot with Casablanca’s goalkeeper Aiman Zarief Mohd Faisal taking his position between the posts.
Luck was on their side when the Fiore player shot the ball wide.
An ecstatic team coach Ray Jennings said the boys did well to accomplish the historic honour.
“They train only once a week but they showed commitment throughout the league season. This is a tournament that does not depend on star players because each player in the team is given the chance to play in at least 50% of a game,” Jennings added.
In their two league encounters, Fiore won 1-0 in February but Casablanca avenged that defeat with a 3-0 win in April.
Casablanca won six, drew two and lost two of their league matches to end with 20 points while Capri finished with a close 19 points to come in second in the 2013 season from Feb 3 to May 5.
League organising committee member Richard Tan said the league consisted of four age-groups — the Junior (Under-Eight), Major (Under-10), Senior (Under-12) and Premier (Under-14).
“We try to create a level playing field by assessing players before they are put into one of the six teams in each category.
“That means that the team changes every season. It is not only about football excellence but also promoting the six core values of discipline, unity, teamwork, service, family and sportsmanship.
“It gives the children a chance to interact with each other and they become good friends beyond the league,” he added.
*Sumber dari The Star