The question was asked and without a word Asot’s Arcade Parham answered emphatically, a 4-0 victory over Bassa to take home the FA Cup.

It was their play that did the talking for Parham and in the end Bassa never knew what ‘hit’ them.

Well except for the fistacuffs (ugly unnecessary fight) between players after the game Bassa had no clue what happened.

After a nil-all first half, Parham came out firing on all cylinders.

Elvis Thomas who came to Parham from Sugar Ridge Sap showed why his presence will help Parham defend its title.

Four minutes after intermission, Thomas scored the first of two goals to give Parham the lead and to claim the Man of the Match award.

His second came eight minutes from time after Kerry “Arab” Skepple had given Parham a two-goal lead in the 54th minute.

As if the three-nil lead was not sufficient, Gary Harriette added the fourth in extra time as Parham and its fans celebrated with the first hardware of the ABFA, Imobile 2011-2012 season.

President of the ABFA, Everton “Batow” Gonsalves, along with coordinator of the competition’s committee Gwen Salmon made the award to the winners.

Team owner Asot Michael was also on hand to celebrate with his players and supporters.