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Unilorin Warriors

4 Oct 2018
UNILORIN Warriors secured a first leg win at home against UNICAL Malabites in the first round of the semifinal matches of the 2018 Higher Institutions Football League (HiFL).. Unilorin Warriors striker, Kabir Akanbi scored the only goal in the 55th minute to put the home team in good standing for the second leg in Calabar.
10 Sep 2018
Unilorin Warriors on Thursday took a step closer to the final of the Higher Institution Football League after beating UDU Sultans 2-0 away from home.
22 Aug 2018
The Higher Institutions Football League (HIFL) is on two weeks break to allow players and officials observe the Sallah celebrations. The organisers will also use the break to sort out outstanding issues, including protests and other disciplinary matters. The consultant to the league and the CEO of Green White Green Communications, Gara Gombe said the…

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