Andiswa a kparia a kumba gudee ini ngi kandi. He a makari amaka tipa wai kari kodi tiri nayo. Riki sana ba yugu kandi singia ri rengbe ka ngi kandi nayo.
Andiswa watched the boys play soccer. She wished that she could join them. She asked the coach if she can practise with them.
Bayugu kandi ki zidimoko. “Koki nya (abangi kandi) rogo gi bawiri kapai re (nga) kina akumba gudee nga aguyo idi yoho fuyo,” ingi kandi.
The coach put his hands on his hips. “At this school, only boys are allowed to play soccer,” he said.
Akumbagudee ki gumba ha furi ya rindu ka ngi gu kandi nga ga bee ru. I ki gumba haya. Ono kandi nga ga be ru du tipa adegudee na kandi nga ga ndue ru tipa a kumba gudee. Rago ki gbere ti Andiswa.
The boys told her to go play netball. They said that netball is for girls and soccer is for boys. Andiswa was upset.
Fuo giro rago, kandi kidu be akumba gudee nga ga bawiri kapai yo ni maka kereru. Bayugu kandi adu na makabangirise mbiko ga ko bawene angi kandi adu na kaza kako arengba nga ka ngi ya.
The next day, the school had a big soccer match. The coach was worried because his best player was sick and could not play.
Andiswa a oro ni ba ipo ka zungadi bayugu kandi ko idi ke furi ri ngi, bayugu kandi a ino ngo gu pai kako mangi hete. Koki da kuti gu pai nga Andiswa koditiri na guri gbuu re.
Andiswa ran to the coach and begged him to let her to play. The coach was not sure what to do. Then he decided that Andiswa could join the team.
Mbaro anyaki gbe. Rago gu bambata bebere regbo, boro ho saa na zo kandi te.
The game was tough. Nobody had scored a goal by half time.
Kumba gudee saa ade kandi fu Andiswa tigu ue regbo gu kandi fuo ongoda. Riki ipisi tiri ni basa koyo du ngua goni ni. Ri ki de kandi nyanyaki na omeri du kandi ki gbi ni basa.
During the second half of the match one of the boys passed the ball to Andiswa. She moved very fast towards the goal post. She kicked the ball hard and scored a goal.
Rimbasa ki gbatätä be ngbarago wa iää ga. Tona ti gu regbore, gu bawirikapaire aidihe fu adegudee ini ngi kandi nga ga ndueru.
The crowd went wild with joy. Since that day, girls were also allowed to play soccer at the school.