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Kings, Queens College, St. Finbarr’s, others through to semifinals

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Agege Stadium. Photo: Nigerian Infrastructure

Kings College, Lagos, Igbobi College, Yaba, Queens College, Yaba and Ansar-Un-Deen Girls’ High School, Itire, have booked their spots in the semifinals of the GTBank Lagos Masters Cup Season Seven played at the Agege Stadium.

Other qualifiers include Anwar-Ul- Islam Model College, Agege, St. Finbarr’s College, Akoka, Atlantic Hall, Epe and Ansar-Ud Deen Girls’ High School, Itire.

Kings College defeated Chrisland Schools, Ikeja, 4-2 in a highly entertaining match. A brace from danger boy, Chwang Celestine, and two other strikes from Martins Emmanuel and Njoku ensured that they progressed to the semifinal stage of the competition.

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In the other game of the male’s category, Igbobi College humbled Eko Boys High School, Mushin 4-3, via penalty shootouts after the match had ended 1-1 at regulation time. Ramon Akani scored for Igbobi, while Eko Boys’ Karis snapped the equalising goal in an evenly matched game. However, Baptist Academy, Obanikoro lost 0 – 5 to Anwar-Ul- Islam Model College, Agege, as St. Finbarr’s College, Akoka beat Atlantic Hall, Epe 0 – 1 to book their places in the next round of the tournament.

Earlier, Ansar-U-deen Girls demolised Green Springs School, Lekki, 7-0, in the girls’ cadre of the tournament as Aleem Aisha and Ademola Basira were the stars of the game. While Aleem recorded a hat trick, a brace from Basira took the match beyond the Greensprings girls.

Queen College defeated Corona School, Agbara, through a lone effort by Ogunleye, as the Season Six winners continued their march to defend their title successfully, Atlantic Hall, Epe defeated Federal Science and Technology College, Yaba 3 – 0 while Methodist Girls’ High School, Yaba also lost 1-0 to Ansar-Ud Deen Girls’ High School, Itire in the last fixture of the quarterfinals pairings.


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