Four years later in 2014, they are now in their final year of high school and getting one more chance to win the Championship. In the Regional Tournament, Gekomoni dominated their pool in the preliminaries by defeating Nyahera 1-0 in the opening game and then thrashing St. Gema 4-0 in their 2nd game. Having already won their pool, they lost a meaningless third game 1-0. They had reached the semifinals for the fourth consecutive year. In the Semifinals against Ugari, Judith atoned for last year’s failure by placing a free kick over the heads of the defenders which allowed the Gekomoni striker to outrun them and score a goal towards the end of the first half. They held on for a 1-0 victory and had finally qualified for the Championship Game!
For the Finals match, they were pitted against last year’s runners-up, Nyakach Girls High School. Nyakach had won their pool and easily won their semifinal 3-0 which had led many people to pick them as the odds-on favorite. Gekomoni didn’t worry about what others thought and came out fighting in the Finals, playing their best game of the tournament. They showed more aggressiveness and created multiple opportunities to score, but the cross-bar and the Nyakach goalkeeper thwarted their efforts each time. Judith was the team orchestrator in central mid-field, while Belinda was the defensive stopper that no ball could pass. Eventually, the match went into extra time, but neither team managed to score. This championship to determine which team would represent the Lake Region at Nationals would come down to post-match penalty kicks.