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Force Headquarters lead Police Games’ medals table



Police Force Headquarters are currently the number one team on the medals table of the 12th Nigerian Police Games taking place in Awka, Anambra State.

With a total of 14 gold, seven silver and nine bronze medals, the FHQ police athletes occupy the top position as at 7pm yesterday.

Zone 11 is second position with 11 gold, three silver and 13 bronze medals, while Zone seven occupies the third position with five gold, six silver and four bronze medals.


Zone 9 with four gold, 0 silver and 14 bronze medals is in fourth position just as Zone 2 is currently fifth with three gold, 18 silver and eight bronze medals.

Yesterday, former Super Falcons of Nigeria utility player, Chioma Ajunwa led the Force Headqaurters team to win the gold medal in the women’s football final.

Although the Olympic gold medalist in the long jump missed so many chances in the game, she, however, provided the assist that led to their lone goal against Zone C that comprised Cross River, Akwa Ibom and Rivers state.

In the men’s final, Zone 9 made up of players from Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Imo and Ebonyi states stopped the Force Headquarters from making it double as they ran out 2-1 victors.

The Force Headquarters won the Rugby Seven’s gold medal, Zone 1, made up of Kano, Katsina and Jigawa states picked the silver, while Zone 2, made up of Lagos and Ogun states, took the bronze.


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