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World English Scrabble Players Association Championship

25 Nov
The Nigeria national scrabble team began its quest for international honours as the inaugural Gladiators World English Scrabble Players Association Championship, (WESPAC), opened in Benin City, Edo State.
13 Jan 2020
The Nigeria Scrabble Federation (NSF) has disclosed that Scrabble remains the only sport, which has brought glory to the country at the world stage in 2019.
21 Oct 2019
The Nigeria Scrabble national team at the weekend in Goa, India beat all the opposition to retain the World English Scrabble Players Association Championship (WESPAC) title.
22 Feb 2019
The Nigeria Scrabble Federation (NSF) has invited 26 players for the second part of the screening ahead of the forthcoming World English Scrabble Players Association Championship (WESPAC) slated to hold in Goa, India from October 15 to 19, 2019. According to the NSF, the much-anticipated Scrabble Lagos Meet Season Two will be hosted by the Lekki…


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