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2 Jun 2017
After weeks of football action, Amazing Boys, Ikoyi have emerged champions of the fifth MRS Kid’s Cup, beating hard-fighting Oluyole Boys of Ayobo, Iyana-Ipaja, 2-1 at the Campos mini stadium, Lagos Island.
25 May 2017
After weeks of soccer battles, Amazing Boys of Ikoyi will trade tackles with Oluyole Babes of Ayobo in the final of the Fifth MRS Kid Cup on May 31 at the Campos Mini Stadium...

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